" Newport, Ky." – In about a month kids will be heading back to school across the region. 4C for Children resource and referral organization spokesperson Julie Witten, talked to WNKU's Matt Kelley about what parents should look for in a day-care center (get more information at www.4cforchildren.org )
Elizabeth & The Catapult drop by for music and conversation, and while here they talk about a chance encounter with Feist, and also do a beautiful version of "Go away my lover" in which Elizabeth plays keys for the very first time.
Highland Heights Ky. – Business Wise for the week of July 11 to the 15 has Dr. Greg Williams on education,Tom Cooney and Crystal Faulkner on childcare credit for summer camps and business entity when starting a business,Ellie Moffat on benefits of dividend investing, Dahani Jones on his new book and community involvement and Steve Phillips on how technology is helping all businesses grow
Highland Heights Ky. – Business Wise for the week of July 11 to the 15 has Dr. Greg Williams on education,Tom Cooney and Crystal Faulkner on childcare credit for summer camps and business entity when starting a business,Ellie Moffat on benefits of dividend investing, Dahani Jones on his new book and community involvement and Steve Phillips on how technology is helping all businesses grow.
Cincinnati,OH – Pauletta Hansel is an award winning poet and author. She's also co-director of Grailville program and retreat Center in Loveland, Ohio where she leads writing workshops. WNKU's Cheri Lawson talked with the eastern Kentucky native about her work and new book, WHAT I DID THERE . Pauletta begins with an excerpt from her poem, HOUSE HUNTING AFTER THE WEDDING.
" Cincinnati, Ohio" – The job market is as tough now as it has been in decades. But, what makes a company a good one to work for? Cincinnati dot com recently released its' list of best places to work in the Tri-State. WNKU's Matt Kelley spoke with career expert and author of "Work's a Bitch and then You Make it Work", Andrea Kay about how to find the best workplaces. ( you can contact Andrea Kay at firstname.lastname@example.org )
" Crestview Hills, Ky." – Studies show that men are less likely to go to the doctors' office not only for emergency care, but for regular check-ups too. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked men's health expert Dr. Patrick Burns of Saint Elizabeth Hospital if men are just stubborn about getting medical care, or if they simply don't want to admit they're sick.
" Highland Heights, Ky." – In the event of an emergency or disaster, people often assume that governmental agencies will be there to provide assistance immediately. But frequently, situations like floods prevent large scale help from arriving quickly. That's when groups like the Northern Kentucky Health Departments' Medical Reserve Corps spring into action to help out. Spokesperson Jean Caudill explained how the organization works to WNKU's Matt Kelley. ( get more information at www.nkyhealth.org/mrc.
Highland Heights Ky. – Business Wise for the week of July 4 to July 8 has Tom Cooney and Crystal Faulkner on use of vehicle mileage in business also succession in planning and the warning signs of overspending,Ryan Rybolt on new credit card legislation,George Vredeveld on the impact of our country's debt, Elizabeth Edwards of Cincinnati Innovates competition and Bob Coughlin on service and employees.
" Edgewood, Ky." – High School football season is right around the corner, and with it come the inevitable injuries. Most will be sprains and muscle pulls, but Dr. Michael Miller of the St. Elizabeth Sports Medicine Center says concussions are often undiagnosed, and can be very serious. In response, the center is beginning a baseline testing program to protect young athletes. Dr. Miller explained the science of concussions to WNKU's Matt Kelley. (Get more information at www.stelizabth.com/sportsmedicine )