Allison Crawford

Digital Producer

A proud native of Murray, Kentucky, Allison grew up roaming the forests of western Kentucky and visiting national parks across the country. She graduated in 2014 from Murray State University where she studied Environmental Sustainability, Television Production, and Spanish. She loves meeting new people, questioning everything, and dancing through the sun and the rain. She hopes to make a positive impact in this world several endeavors at a time.

Allison currently writes for WKMS from Lexington, Kentucky, where she is serving as an Americorps VISTA with the Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition. As a VISTA, she builds KSEC’s capacity to empower students on their campuses and in their communities. KSEC provides training and skill development opportunities to youth because young voices have a place in local, national, and international discussions of environmental issues. 

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March for Equality and Social Justice - Facebook

On Sounds Good with Tracy Ross, Sarah Gutwirth and Mary Tripp Reed discuss The March for Social Justice and Equality happening Saturday in Murray.

Campus Lights, Facebook

Murray State University’s Campus Lights is the longest running student produced and performed musical series in the south. This month’s performance of Sister Act marks the group's 80th anniversary. On Sounds Good with Todd Hatton, Jessica Wiggins and Keioni Hall preview the show ahead of its January 20 opening.

Kathy Hodge of the Calloway County Humane Society brings Pebbles the pug mix for a studio visit on Sounds Good with Todd Hatton.

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Murray State University MFA Program Director Carrie Jerrell speaks with writer Chris Bachelder who will read at MSU this evening at 7:30 in the Curris Center Barkley Room as part of the Murray State MFA Program's residency week.

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MSU department of psychology faculty member Dr. Michael Bordieri and Tracy Ross compare and contrast living conditions in juvenile detention facilities to those in zoos.

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Murray State University MFA Program Director Carrie Jerrell speaks with writer Sybil Baker who read Tuesday evening at the Curris Center as part of the Murray State MFA Program's residency week.

League of Women Voters - Hopkinsville, KY, Facebook

The League of Women Voters-Hopkinsville and Hopkinsville Community College co-sponsored the program, “Inventing News vs. Reporting It: How do we know if what we are reading is fake?” Monday evening. Jennifer Brown, former editor and opinion editor for the Kentucky New Era, led the discussion about how to spot fake news and how to help squash it. She speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good. 

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Neal Bradley and Tracy Ross discuss Racer basketball on Sounds Good.

Poet Eugene Gloria Reads at MSU

Jan 8, 2017
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Eugene Gloria is the author of three books of poems. His honors include a National Poetry Series selection, A Pushcart Prize, the 2013 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award and a Fulbright Research Grant. He teaches creative writing and English literature at DePauw University. On Sounds Good, Murray State University MFA Program Director Carrie Jerrell speaks with Gloria who will read at MSU Sunday evening at 7:30 as part of the Murray State MFA Program's residency week.

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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross talks with Murray State psychology professor Dr. Michael Bordieri about sticking to new year’s resolutions.

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