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Business
4:30 pm
Mon December 15, 2014

11 Year Old Entrepreneur Starts Apparel Business in Madisonville

Credit Anyah's Creative Colors, Facebook Page

Anyah Logan is 11 years old. She loves to ride her bike, play with friends and sew for fun. She's also the owner of a tie-dye apparel business in Madisonville and an interactive marketplace online. She wowed the city's 1 Million Cups of Coffee entrepreneur group with a presentation over the summer. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte meets Anyah Logan and her mom Yvonne.

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Arts
4:17 pm
Tue December 9, 2014

Little River Band's Wayne Nelson Preview's Glema Mahr Center Show

Little River Band
Credit littleriverband.com

An Evening with Little River Band at the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts on campus at Madisonville Community College starts at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday. Little River Band was formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1975. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with bass guitarist and vocalist Wayne Nelson about his being the bridge between the original band and the current lineup that brings new energy and arrangements to the classic hits, like "Reminiscing." 

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Arts
2:54 pm
Fri November 28, 2014

'100 Veterans' - A Photographic Exhibit at Madisonville's Glema Mahr Center

Richard Frymire
Credit Jim Pearson, glemacenter.org

Former Madisonville Messenger photographer Jim Pearson's 100 portraits of veterans who live in Hopkins County are on display through December 18 in the Madisonville Community College Glema Mahr Center for the Arts' Anne P. Baker Gallery. The exhibit opened on Veteran's Day. Kate Lochte  speaks with Pearson on Sounds Good about how the project turned into an exhibit and describes some of the subjects in the work.

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Government
10:11 am
Wed October 8, 2014

Madisonville Considering Non-Partisan Local Elections Like Most Other Kentucky Cities

Madisonville City Councilman Mark Lee
Credit www.madisonvillegov.com

The Madisonville City Council is considering making its mayor and city council elections non-partisan, which would eliminate those primaries.

City Councilman Mark Lee has led the move. He said most other cities—404 out of 418 in Kentucky—elect their city officials in non-partisan elections.

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Business
5:24 pm
Wed September 3, 2014

GE Aviation Madisonville Announces Layoffs

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Madisonville's GE Aviation plant is cutting 80 positions by mid-September through layoffs and retirements.  

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Education
2:15 pm
Tue August 26, 2014

Madisonville Rural Medical Program Puts Doctors in Small Towns

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Sixty of the 120 counties in Kentucky are underserved due to lack of physicians serving in small towns, but that health problem is being addressed by the University of Louisville School of Medicine's rural medical accelerated track program or RMAT. Dr. William Crump is Associate Dean of the school at Baptist Health Madisonville and speaks with Kate Lochte on Sounds Good about the groundbreaking program.

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Commentary
12:05 pm
Fri August 22, 2014

Commentary: Bandit (A Boy and His Cat)

Madisonville author Patricia Wiles returns as a WKMS commentator after a hiatus of many years. She reflects on "Bandit," the story of her son and his cat, from kitten to college.

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Commentary
2:08 pm
Wed August 20, 2014

Commentary: The Best Stories Come from 'Happy Accidents'

Madisonville author Patricia Wiles returns as a WKMS commentator after a hiatus of many years. In "Serendipity," the first of her latest series, she channels Bob Ross and reflects on how sometimes the best stories come from "happy accidents."

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Government
4:56 pm
Thu August 14, 2014

Madisonville Stocks Up on 1,200 Tons of Road Salt to Prevent Winter Shortage

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The city of Madisonville isn’t taking any chances this winter by stocking up on extra salt in preparation for icy roads and it's costing extra. 

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Culture
12:18 pm
Mon June 30, 2014

Madisonville's 4th Annual 4th Fest

Credit photo by Robert Wyatt

Madisonville goes all out on the week of 4th of July, featuring baseball, fireworks, live music, outdoor movie night and more. Hopkins County's Tourism and Convention Commission Executive Director Trish Noel joins us on Sounds Good to talk about 4th Fest, starting tomorrow (Tuesday, July 1) with Praise in the Park starting at 6 p.m. Hear the conversation:

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