After 15 years, we're down to the last week. July 12, 2013 will be the last show for John & Michele in the Morning. There's nothing scandalous to report...sorry!
John will continue his reign as Springfield's morning show king, but he'll just be doing it with someone new.
Michele is moving on to a new phase of her career in the radio business. She'll still be in Springfield and still with Neuhoff Media, however instead of being on the air she's going to be focusing on all things digital. It's been a great 15 years, and John & Michele plan to spend this last week reminiscing with guests and playing some of the best moments of the past.
Michele would LOVE to hear from you this week. Write on the John & Michele Facebook page, email her, or tweet.
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Joplin Gets A Big Donation Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie always seem to be donating big dollars to some sort of cause. Now they're opening up their wallets for the people in Joplin, Missouri. They have donated $500,000 to the Community Foundation of the Ozarks. The organization supports the rebuilding efforts in the tornado-ravaged town. Pitt told news station KSPR that he knows firsthand from growing up in Missouri the "hardworking, humble" and resilent nature of the people there.