After William Milliken was elected Lt. Governor in 1964, the Grand Rapids Press wrote this about the Republican: "His main concern is putting public interest in front of narrow partisan interests, looking at the problems as problems, not from a liberal or conservative point of view." And the paper said he might be a rising political star. Milliken went on to the Governor's office, where he governed as a moderate for 14 years. The governor from Traverse City turns 90 next week. To celebrate, we listen back to our talk with Bill Milliken's biographer, Dave Dempsey.