Murray, KY – Dr. Dawn Deeter, Board Certified obstetrician/gynecologist with the Murray Woman's Clinic, talks about breast self-examination. Dr. Deeter says one's risk of breast cancer increases with age and encourages anyone worried about an unusual mass of tissue to press for as much information as possible if not satisfied with initial diagnosis.
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Murray, KY – Darby Dickerson, vice president and dean in the Stetson University College of Law in Deland, Florida, says that college age students need to be aware of legal issues involving internet behavior, including the fact that most law enforcement agencies don't get readily get involved when cyberbullying accelerates. Dean Dickerson says the alcohol culture in cyberspace can threaten careers and that students need to learn more about credible sources and properly citing them in their research work.
Murray, KY – Country, Bluegrass, Gospel, Blues -- the origin or influence of a tune doesn't matter to the Sacred Cowboys, as long as it is played with heart, passion, and usually with loud guitars. Sometimes a song calls for pedal steel, piano, mandolin, banjo, autoharp, or fiddle. If that is the case, Sacred Cowboys are not reigned in by genre limitations. They use whatever is necessary to reach the heart of a song, be it one of their own or one of their carefully selected cover tunes.
Murray, KY – Best known as an actor, Earl has been a life-long music fan. His earliest memory of the power of music was hearing Hank Williams on his grandmother's record player. Hank's haunting "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" would often bring the three-year old Earl to tears. The fact that someone long since dead could have created a thing so powerful as to make a toddler mournful decades later left an indelible impression upon the youngster.
Murray, KY – Best known as an actor in roles as "Dan Dority" on HBO's Deadwood, "Warren" Cameron Diaz's mentally handicapped brother in There's Something About Mary, and "Kenny" the unfortunate sidekick of Courtney Cox in the original Scream, W. Earl Brown recalls the 1967 Calloway County Fair and since then knew show business was the life for him.
Murray Native W. Earl Brown talks with WKMS' Tracy Ross about the demise of the series.