Eddie Sheridan

Morning Producer

Eddie Sheridan comes to WKMS after spending nearly 10 years in non-profit radio.  He holds an undergraduate degree in English/Professional Writing and is currently attending Murray State University to obtain a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health/Counseling.  He has worked in print journalism as a reporter for the Murray Ledger & Times newspaper and has performed freelance writing for publications such as The Lane Report magazine in Lexington.

Eddie enjoys playing bass and acoustic guitar, writing, and bicycling.  He and his wife, Laura, are kept plenty busy by their six children, two dogs, a cat, and two chickens.

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High school students interested in the creative arts will have no shortage of options to expand their horizons at Murray State University this summer.

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At first glance, Old Salt Union might seem like a traditional string band. According to bassist and lead singer Jesse Farrar, though, there is much more to the group than that.

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Entrepreneurs from across the region are invited to attend the Regional Entrepreneur Conference March 7 at the Hopkinsville Community College.

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Even though his actually birthday is not until March 2, the Calloway County Public Library will kick off the festivities for Dr. Seuss's birthday Wednesday.

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The band Giving Up will be coming into Murray this week with a full head of steam, as its latest album, Garner Cardinals, was featured by NPR last week.

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The rise of smartphones, tablets and other technology has brought about a sort of digital revolution in how human beings spend their time. This has also caused the question to arise as to how much screen time is too much, particularly for children.

Paducah's 2018 Empty Bowls fund-raiser will be held Saturday, February 24, at the Julian Carroll Convention Center, and organizer Michael Terra is not worried about a lack of attendance.

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The political satire troupe The Capitol Steps got its start as an office Christmas party for Sen. Charles Percy in 1981. Elaina Newport was part of that inaugural performance, and she is still a performing member of The Capitol Steps today.

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Peri Schwartz's father was a salesman.  His persistence and work ethic provided her with the outlook necessary to make it as an internationally-recognized artist.

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The relationship between patient and healthcare provider can sometimes be a tenuous one, according to Murray State University professor of psychology Dr. Michael Bordieri.

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