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.
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.
Murray State’s spring 2012 crop of graduates face a rough economy still struggling back from recession. And they, along with two and a half million other graduates nationwide, will compete for jobs not quite as plentiful as in the past. We’ll take a look at job prospects for new grads in our region today on Page Sunday from WKMS News.
Murray State bids bon voyage to its Spring 2012 graduates this weekend. And some of those graduates may be feeling a bit of trepidation as they wonder what shape their post-graduate careers will take. This morning, we’ll find out what kind of job market they face in the Four Rivers region, on Front Page A.M. from WKMS News.