Front Page Episodes

Front Page Sunday
10:50 am
Mon July 23, 2012

Front Page 7/22/12

National alcohol prohibition ended seventy-nine years ago, and as of last week, it’s also over for the City of Murray.  With the vote certified, the process of establishing procedures and ordinances begins.  And we’ll take a look at the particulars of that process... 

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Front Page Episodes
12:25 pm
Mon July 16, 2012

Battered Child Syndrome 50 Years Later

https://louisville.edu/cchs/pediatrics/forensic

Much progress has been made in the past fifty years to identify and prevent child abuse. Last week the Journal of the American Medical Association updated its 1962 original publication which introduced the Battered Child Syndrome. This ground breaking study broadened the term “child abuse” to include “child maltreatment,” encouraged the development of child protective services agencies, and changed the way physicians cared for children with injuries.

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Front Page Sunday
11:45 am
Mon July 16, 2012

Front Page Sunday 7/15/12

There are two local option election to allow alcohol sales in our region this week and both sides find stats to support their cause. Also on the program today we'll begin our youth radio project, hear from a state lawmaker pushing to make medicinal marijuana legal in Kentucky and we'll learn about your last chance to voice comments about an impending cut to maintenance funds at Land between the Lakes. 

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Front Page Episodes
11:13 am
Mon July 9, 2012

Front Page 7/8/12 - Preservation and Restoration Special

The Four Rivers has a rich history and culture.  From ancient Native American mounds to making teas from the herbs growing in our region to preserving and protecting the resting places of War of 1812 veterans, there are people working to safeguarding the past for the generations to come.  We’ll also meet a Marshall County man preserving his family’s tradition of making quality moonshine and the woman who’s reviving the art of burlesque in Paducah.  Then, we’ll hear how sorghum is still being made the old-fashioned way and what’s being done to keep big singing alive in Benton. It's a special presentation of Front Page Sunday from WKMS.

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Preservation & Restoration
9:00 am
Sun July 8, 2012

Local Farmer Preserves Sorghum History

At Brad Lowe’s farm, the livestock enjoy free range living together in an open field. Under an old oak tree, chickens peck for food while pigs root around and goats graze. An audience of dairy cows listens intently, while Lowe explains his love of sorghum.

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Front Page Episodes
12:04 pm
Mon June 18, 2012

Front Page Sunday 6/17/12

Burlesque returns to our region, and it’s about more than just entertaining audiences.  It empowers the performers, too. Paducah’s growing community of burlesque entertainers and how they plan to grow their audience, today on Front Page Sunday from WKMS News.

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Front Page Sunday
11:24 am
Mon June 4, 2012

Front Page Sunday 6/3/12

For children with disabilities like autism, going to a movie can be alarming, even frightening.  But now, theaters across America are showing movies in ways that accommodate how these kids sense the outside world.  One of them is in Murray, and we’ll find out what makes these screenings “sensory friendly,” today on Front Page Sunday from WKMS News.

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Front Page PM
6:30 pm
Fri May 25, 2012

Front Page PM 5/25/12

Combined military service and 14 years in the state legislature Mike Cherry or Princeton has given 41 years of his life to public service. We talked the retiring representative today on Front Page P.M. from WKMS News.

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Front Page AM
10:40 am
Fri May 25, 2012

Front Page AM 5/25/12

Bbadgett, Wikimedia Commons

Next week, the Jefferson Davis State Historic Site in Fairview hosts a commemoration of the western Kentuckian who became the first, and only, president of the Confederate States of America on the occasion of his 204th birthday.  We’ll speak with historian William C. Davis (no relation) about the rebel leader’s life and legacy today on Front Page A.M. from WKMS News.

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Front Page PM
6:30 pm
Fri May 18, 2012

Front Page PM 5/18/12

Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant
usec.gov

The Bush-era tax cuts are set to expire December 31st.  Under a proposal from the Obama administration, any tax worries you may have should only start at an annual income of $200,000 dollars.  However, we’ll hear from an MSU professor what our region can expect from the end of the Bush cuts, today on Front Page P.M. from WKMS News.

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