Radio Station Information

WCMU 89.5 FM

City of License:
Mount Pleasant, MI

Public Radio

Central Michigan University

WCMU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Mount Pleasant, MI. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.

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WCMU-FM Coverage Map

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Listener Comments and Reviews

I would like to contact you about doing a PSA and/or an interview about our new name-Life Choices of Central Michigan, (formerly Central Michigan Pregnancy Services) and our new services, Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing and treatment. Respectfully, Mary Barz
By: Mary Barz on May 12, 2016

Public Service Announcement Bay City State Recreation Area Winter Fest: Saturday Feb. 18: 9am-7pm Department of Natural Resources hosting 24th annual Winter Festival offered on Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend. Activities including youth Ice Fishing, bird hikes and identification, Native American Snow Snake Clinic, and hikes to the beaver lodge and eagle nest viewing site among many indoor and outdoor activities. Delta College Planetarium Manager, Mike Murray will give an astronomy presentation and, weather permitting, outside observing with binoculars (provided) will follow. Explore the winter world of Michigan’s Native Americans with historian/archaeologist, Mike Slasinski, curator for Great Lakes Logging and Indian Culture Museum. by Saginaw Bay Walleye Club and Frank’s Great Outdoors of Linwood. For more information contact the Saginaw Bay Visitor Center page on the DNR website.
By: Val Blaschka on February 15, 2017

On U.S. 127 Near Houghton Lake there are road crews preparing the highway for re-coat or rebuild. I witnessed people not social distancing as they worked. I was on my way to a meat processor to pick up food. This is a clear violation of Gov. Whitmer's order stay home unless you are an essential worker. As there is no apparent eminent danger on this stretch of highway this is non essential work. This puts the workers in danger as well as the surrounding communities. These crews have probably traveled a distance to be on the job site. Please look into this. I tried to send my concern to the Governor but received a form letter on the importance of following the stay at home order.. As a personal note: I am self employed and if I perform non essential work, the state has threatened me with the loss of my state issued mechanical license, fines and possible jail time. L. Brian Williams 810-222-9280
By: Brian Willians on April 28, 2020

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