Monthly Archives: November 2010
Some area stores have pulled them from their shelves” they’re energy drinks with alcohol content. Why are they so dangerous? We will talk to Dr. James Mowry at the Indiana Poison Center. Also, we talked to Dr. David Sorg of … Continue reading
On this financial focus of Midday Matters we discuss how the economic climate and tax uncertainty affecting charitable giving. Who is giving & in what ways?
We talk about the city’s light lease agreement with I&M. And wind energy is generally favorable but could turbines disrupt the rural landscape of Whitley county? And finally, Jo Young Switzer reflects on the passing of Manchester College’s Ken Brown.
Beacuse this episode of Midday Matters primarily featured recording music we are unable to post this episode in podcast format.
Ricky Kemery is back to answer your fall gardening, lawn & outdoor questions!
Today on Midday Matters we discuss Colorectal Cancer. Dr. Kelly Klinker discusses the risks, diagnosis and treatment.
Tuesday on Midday Matters, the IU Kelley School of Business is out with its 2011 economic outlook. What’s ahead for Northeast Indiana? Will the economy grow? And if so, at what rate could we expect to see it grow? We … Continue reading
Education issues promise to play a prominent role in Indiana’s upcoming general assembly session, so do taxes. And with property tax caps now part of Indiana’s constitution, more school districts could find it harder to cope financially. We discuss education … Continue reading
Our Meet the Music series continues on Midday Matters. We are able to podcast our interview portion that Julia Meek & Kevin Kreigh did with Jake Shimabukuro.
Michelle Briggs Wedaman from the Great Tree Canopy Comeback joins us. Ricky Kemery is here too to answer your gardening & outdoor questions.