Liz Tretter

Student Reporter

Liz is an undergraduate student at Murray State University, pursuing a major in English Literature with a minor in Philosophy. She was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She is also an Honors Student in Murray State's Honors College, as well as one of their ambassadors.  

In high school, Liz served as the founder and editor of Christian Academy of Louisville’s online newspaper. In addition to reporting for WKMS, she also enjoys reading, running, and spending time outdoors.

Liz plans to attend law school after graduating from Murray State.

 

Ways to Connect

Hollis Alexander, kcjea.org

Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander is seeking re-election in 2018.

The Penguin Project, Facebook

  A theater program that gives children with disabilities a chance to express themselves on stage in Murray and 26 other venues is the recipient of national honors.

123rf Stock Photo

A Murray Man arrested for sex offenses appeared in Calloway Circuit court Monday to enter into a guilty plea agreement.

West Kentucky Allied Services, Inc. via Facebook

  West Kentucky Allied Services is getting the word out about Open Enrollment despite funding cuts for marketing and advertising Obamacare.

Rob Canning, WKMS

The Calloway County Public Library expansion and renovation efforts are expected to pick up again in the new year.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

Murray State University’s men’s basketball team is projected in the Ohio Valley Conference’s preseason rankings to finish third. 

via Brookport Betterment Committee Facebook

The Brookport Betterment Committee is giving a second chance to one of the southern Illinois city’s historic buildings.

via Murray State Racer Athletics Facebook

The National Collegiate Athletic Association declared two Murray State student-athletes ineligible to play.

Alex Aubuchon, Alabama Public Radio

Update: Authorities have suspended the search for the second of two men after a body was found on a beach near Gulf Shores. Officials haven't yet identified the remains, but had been searching for Bradley Murphy of Mobile.

Madisonville Community College

Madisonville Community College will create a lineman training program made possible through a $180,000 dollar investment from the Delta Regional Authority.

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