I was born in Jackson, Michigan and grew up out on Lake LeAnn with my mom, dad and two younger sisters. There I learned a love for classic rock, my personal sense of humor and thought only the coolest people ended up on the radio. With an 'old soul' and support from my family and boyfriend of five years, I attended Grand Valley State University for multimedia journalism. From there I worked with the Free Beer and Hot Wings Morning Show in Grand Rapids, Michigan and have now found my way here to WMMQ! Co-hosting alongside Joey Pants in the mornings, I am now one of the cool radio people I always wanted to be!
Maitlynn’s Ideas For Couples Costumes
It's about that time to start the planning and searching for that perfect costume for Halloween 2020. What are some of your favorite ideas?
Drive-Thru Fair Food At Jackson County Fairgrounds This Weekend
We're coming up on the time of year to trade our swimsuits for sweaters which means we can ditch the guilt over our love for fried foods!
Jackson Police Find Severed Foot In Grand River
Kicking off this "spooky season" with a crazy mystery of a missing foot.
Scary Movies Filmed Here In Michigan
If you have seen even some of these movies, did you recognize any of the locations?
Michigan Craft Breweries Get Creative Amid Can Shortage
Michigan businesses sure had a fresh can of struggles opened on them this year and our state's craft breweries are among those who have been consistently creative in facing it all.
Michigan, Are You Ready For “Plaidurday”?
A plaid-loving "Yooper" created the day and now it is beloved worldwide. Here's how you can get in on the Michigan-made fun this October.
Getting Back Out To Hang Out With All Of You
This weekend we will be out broadcasting live for the first time since COVID-19 hit and we are too excited!
12 Pieces of Clothing Every Michigander Owns
As Michiganders, we are lucky to experience all four seasons in all their glory. However, if you don't have a lot of storage space, you might have a problem.
GVSU Surpasses All Other Michigan Universities In COVID Cases
The university now has 394 active cases where others in the state have less than 200.
An Open Letter To Therapists
In honor of September as Suicide Prevention Month and September 10th as World Suicide Prevention Day, we're taking a moment to thank some people who help.