Top-5 Stories from the month of March

Mike DeWitt


March brought some record numbers to WKTV News because of stories about people who make Wyoming and Kentwood a great community to live in.


If you happened to miss some of March’s top stories, make sure to check them out below!


Thom Vander Klay - Wyoming BasketballAfter 31 years, Thom Vander Klay and the Wyoming Wolves are still making history


Coach Vander Klay has coached basketball in Wyoming for over three decades. The 2016 season marked a new experience with Wyoming’s first four-year class of Wolves.


Sami Ahmad18-year-old pianist wows crowd performing Rachmaninoff at Grand Rapids Youth Symphony concert


At only 18 years old, Sami Ahmad mastered Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2. His mastery of the piece earned him the honor of being the featured soloist at the March concert.


Maria ErazoNot just another pretty face


First generation immigrant Maria Erazo is a woman of many talents: Entrepreneur, business woman, author, motivational specialist…and the new Face of Siegel Jewelers.


The TwitsWyoming Theater Company presents the original ‘despicable me’ Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’


Wyoming High School students worked hard to put on a wonderful performance of Roald Dahl’s “The Twits.”


quilter - OnPointOnPoint Tutorials, Tips & Tours – the show about all things creative


OnPoint Tutorials, Tips & Tours airs on WKTV and focuses on providing viewers with step-by-step tutorials on particular techniques each week. The show airs Monday at 6 p.m. and Friday at 10:30 a.m.