Jordan Lee passed away on Jan. 9, 2016 after a brief illness. The heart and soul of WITL for the better part of two decades, she leaves behind a legacy of warmth and kindness–-her soothing voice always conveyed that through the radio. Born and raised in Canyon, Texas, Jordan attended West Texas A&M University and had been in broadcasting since 1983. While working as news director at KMML in Amarillo, Texas, Jordan was a frequent correspondent for the Associated Press. She was an award-winning journalist, and spear-headed public service campaigns which won local, state, national and international awards. She was also a voice-over talent and had voiced many national commercials, campaigns and promotional materials. She changed her broadcast focus from news to on-air talent in 1990 when she moved to Michigan. She joined WITL in 1993 and, after working in El Paso & Lansing, came back to the WITL family in 1999 where she served as Director of Promotions/Marketing for Townsquare Media-Lansing & Assistant Program Director of WITL.
On This day – Dial telephone patented
Oh, how things have changed!
Another Cedar Point weekend
Win passes to CEDAR POINT all weekend
On This Day – Happy Birthday Clay Walker
Clay Walker turns 46 today...Lee Ann Womack turns 49
The World’s Largest Yard Sale back this year
A day of fun, browsing & bargains
On This Day – Anti-Cigarette League Forms
96 years ago in Chicago
Win your way to see LUKE BRYAN
You would win the trip to San Antonio & meet Luke
On This Day – Monica Lewinsky Scandal
President Clinton admits "improper physical relationship"
Noon Prize winning this week
Horror movie "Sinister 2" passes
On This Day – “Wizard Of Oz” premiers
76 years ago, one of the most-loved movies of all time premiers
This weekend in Mid-Michigan
Enjoy another great summer weekend