The Middle of the Week WSGW Wednesday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..


Charlie and Dave and Pat:   Artificial Intelligence has invaded Wimbledon and it’s so unnecessary (runs 4:46)…..

Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art:   Based on a WSGW News story  (see below), we are continually educated about marijuana (runs 3:17)…..

Michigan will see a new way to buy medical marijuana.   A new merchandiser, ‘Skymint’, debuts in the Great Lakes Bay Region Wednesday morning.   Dimondale-based Green Peak Innovations CEO Jeff Radway explains the decision to locate the first of 30 planned stores in a former Wilder Road restaurant is the result of Bay City’s welcoming stance to the industry.   The facility at 4330 Wilder, will offer the highest quality medical marijuana products and merchandise. Radway has plans to expand into the recreational marijuana business as state and local rules are finalized by the middle of next year.   The company has a cultivation and processing plant west of Lansing plus a research and development facility in Lansing.   The company has invested $50 million so far and plans to invest another $50 million over the next six months.

Patti “Labelle”?   No, “LaBelle”!   Oops…..
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – When the city of Philadelphia honored singer Patti LaBelle with her very own street, there was a slight problem:   the street signs had her name misspelled.    The singing legend capitalizes the “B” in her last name, but the signs didn’t.
The city is aware of the problem  and the signs were updated.
The city has renamed a stretch Broad Street after LaBelle.   The street sign that LaBelle autographed and held during the ceremony had the right spelling.

WSGW invites you to enjoy “Tunes by the Tridge” TOMORROW, Thursday, July 11th, for “The Mountain Town Singers”

We are the promoting sponsor for this concert

M-13 roadwork is starting today, and then more will start on Monday!
Today, MDOT is working on M-13 between Zilwaukee Bridge and McGraw Street in Bay City  (until October)
Monday, MDOT starts working on M-13 between North Street in Pinconning and the Arenac County Line  (until November)
If you are in the water and in trouble, then this would be a best case scenario for you…..
MILAN (AP) – It started out as a pretty awful day for a swimmer, but ended up a pretty awesome one.   The Italian news agency ANSA says a male tourist got into trouble when his inflatable swan was carried away by the wind.   It was then that things took a turn for the better.
As the man’s friends alerted a lifeguard, it turned out there was someone else closer, and faster to the faltering swimmer.
It was former world champion swimmer Filippo Magnini, who won bronze at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.   He got to the man in a few quick strokes and kept the man afloat until the lifeguard arrived.   It was no big deal for Magnini, who told ANSA, “I did what I felt I should do.”

Wake Up Song of the Day:     The Pet Shop Boys “West End Girls“.   Neil Tennant is 65.


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