Mike Stiles
I grew up and graduated from Sturgis High School in 1985 and then from Western Michigan University in 1990.

I started working at WBET (formerly WMSH) in 1992 as a part-time announcer and became a full-time employee in 1996. Since then I’ve been fortunate to be the host of different programs and currently serve as the News Director for Super Hits 99.3 and Fox Sports Radio 1230.

I also have the great opportunity to do play by play sports for both WBET and Fox Sports 1230 during the high school football and basketball season.
Bill Knight
Weekdays: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Bill is a radio veteran with over, well let's just say, many years of experience. He grew up in Fresno California, where he began his radio career while in High School. In his free time, he's a motorcycle enthusiast and also loves travel, spending time with family and friends and most all outdoor recreation. He is also heavily involved with the community and church.
Doc Jarnagin
Weekdays: 3:00pm - 8:00pm

I grew up on Memphis radio back in the mid-70's and throughout the 80's where Rick Dees got his start and I got hooked. Instead of watching TV in the family room, I was in my room listening to the radio and falling in love with the medium. I still believe in the power of radio and the magic it can bring. While radio has changed, the one constant that will always remain is our being drawn to personalities. Radio reflects lifestyles with music, information, and personality. I do love being a part of that and will forever be that kid in his room being drawn to the power of radio.
Weekdays: 8:00pm - 12:00am

Byrd landed in Chicago, where he he worked the legendary Loop for many years. He is an avid concert goer and has interviewed many artists in his career. Byrd loves playing the Super Hits of the 60's and 70's as he learned to love the music his parents listened to as a youngster. Byrd keeps you company every weeknight!
Dusty Stewart
Weekdays: 12:00am - 6:00am

After 30+ years in the business Dusty still enjoys the "magic" that is radio. Sharing interesting stories with my friends and trying to bring a smile.
Tom Duke
From the time I could toss a ball into the air and hit it with a bat in my backyard on McKinley street in Bronson, I knew I wanted to be a play by play announcer. One of my fondest childhood memories is listening to Ernie Harwell call late night Detroit Tiger games on the west coast while slowly drifting away to sleep in the bottom half of our bunk beds.

A 1984 graduate of Bronson High School and 1988 from Central Michigan University, Tom owns a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and Marketing.

Radio has been and continues to be a fantastic and fascinating career!