Here's Thursday morning radio guests.
6:45 - Paul Mullaney, president of Bishop Noll Institute. Says BNI has 545 students, the most in 14 years.
7:00 - Dr. Michael Foreit and developer Jay Liesor. They've developed Chillinders here localally. These are cylinder coolers that you can put under a seat at a stadium, at your feet in the car, etc. Licensed Michigan State, Iowa, IU.
7:15 - Greg Fountain. Promotes Shipshwana on the Road, Porter County fairgrounds, this weekend.
7:35 - Purdue Cal athletic director Rick Costello. Promotes Kids Day this weekend at Women's and Men's games on Saturday. 1pm Women. 3pm Men. WJOB broadcasting the Women's game. Facepainting, bouncy house, etc.
7:50 - Lake County Sheriff John Buncich (CPI) - First time Sheriff and I both on since he won election in early November. Talked about Ferguson, New York. Race relations. Sheriff gives rather progressive view -
- "I'll pick and choose" among candidates for Sheriff's positions. Sheriff says some of his best officers didn't do well on written test. "You have to have people of color" on the department. Says he's hired a lot of minorities Sheriff's department.
- "We have to change the persona that law enforcement are just wielding a big stick. Things gotta change."
- "When you get a call, the kid on the street shouldn't fear you."