Local Features
10:30 am
Fri February 9, 2007

Fraternities After Yonts

murraystate.edu

Murray, KY – A recent high profile murder trial of a former Murray State State fraternity member is a major factor for changes within the fraternities governing body. Chad Lampe has more.

Click the "Listen" icon to hear Chad Lampe talk to members of Murray State University's Interfraternity Council.

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Local Features
10:09 am
Fri February 9, 2007

Dennison Settlement

E.W. Dennison
thenews.org

Murray, KY – An ongoing legal battle between former Murray State Athletics Director E.W. Dennison and former president King Alexander could soon be over. But not all of those involved are happy with the proposed compromise. Jim Michael explains.

Click the "Listen" icon to hear Jim Michael talk about the Dennison Settlement.

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Local Features
4:32 am
Thu February 8, 2007

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

Murray, KY – Murray's Playhouse in the Park opens its ambitious 30th season of community-based theatre with an original stage adaptation of "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest." Bryan Bartlett recently sat down with the play's director, Jeff Miller, and Playhouse Executive Director Ross Bolen to talk about the production opening next week.

Click the "Listen" icon to hear Bryan Bartlett interview Ross Bolen and Jeff Miller about the upcoming production.

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Local Features
4:22 am
Thu February 8, 2007

Maiden Alley - "The Painted Veil"

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Local Features
4:03 am
Thu February 8, 2007

Conklin Recital

www.uiowa.edu

Murray, KY – The community honors the late Jan Wilson's contributions to music education with a ceremony dedicating a water wall fountain in her memory for Waterfield Library at Murray State on Sunday, February 18, at 1:30 p.m. Following at 2:30 p.m. the Murray Civic Music Association presents a concert in Mrs. Wilson's honor, featuring University of Iowa School of Music faculty Dr. Scott Conklin, violin and Dr. Alan Huckleberry, piano. Kate Lochte has more with Scott Conklin, a Murray native and son of music educators Liz and Ray Conklin.

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Local Features
3:43 am
Thu February 8, 2007

Kentucky Math and Science Academy

Murray, KY – Inspired by Thomas Friedman's book "The World is Flat" and other educational imperatives, Kentucky has established and accelereated program for high school students with talents for math and science. Graves County native Corey Alderdice, a 1999 Governor's Scholar and Western Kentucky University graduate, spoke with Kate Lochte while on a student recruiting pass in our region.

Click the "Listen" icon to hear Kate Lochte's interview with Corey Alderdice.

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Society
10:44 am
Wed February 7, 2007

US Presidents and US Coins

Dr. Joe Fuhrmann

Murray, KY – Coins vary around the world some include the faces of royalty, other simply numbers; U.S. presidents are featured on our coins. Dr. Fuhrmann wonders if this is a good idea.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Dr. Fuhrmann's sixth coin commentary..

Read the text for this commentary here.

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Local Features
4:13 am
Tue February 6, 2007

Catfish to Caviar - Couscous

Denise and Johanna

Murray – Chef Denise Gordon encourages you to try preparing the popular dish, couscous, on this weeks's Catfish to Caviar.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Catfish to Caviar. Johanna Rhodes is co-owner of Etcetera Coffeehouse and Art Gallery in Paducah's Lowertown. Chef Denise Gordon also lives in Paducah.

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Local Features
3:17 am
Mon February 5, 2007

Audio Book Review - "13 Moons" by Charles Frazier

overstock.com

Murray,KY – Charles Frazier's combination of poetic prose and cracker-barrel plainness is tailor made for Will Patton's familiar, folksy voice. Patton plunges listeners into the life of frontiersman Will Cooper, the aged, cantankerous narrator, contrasting with his tender handling of Will's true love, Claire, a girl he won in a card game when they were both 12.

Click the "Listen" icon to hear Randy O'Brien's audio book review of "13 Moons" by Charles Frazier.

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Local Features
2:32 am
Fri February 2, 2007

Seatbelt Ride Along

ksppa.com

Murray, KY – It's been little over a month now since Kentucky police began issuing citations rather than warnings for not wearing a seatbelt for the first time. Amy Eddings went on a "ride along" recently to get feedback about the new law from both police and drivers.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Amy Eddings' report.

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