Monthly Archives: August 2011
On today’s program Toni Lovell from Fort Wayne Ministries and Cheryl Erickson from St. Francis talk about the need for healthcare among homeless women in Fort Wayne. Also Doctor James Mowry from the Indiana Poison Center updates us on the … Continue reading
Today, Sean Bueter and Susan Burns talk about the possibility of bringing passenger rail transportation back to Fort Wayne.
Today on Midday Matters, Sean Bueter, Dan Stockman and Bob Caylor talk with Bill Stanczykiewicz, President and CEO of the Indiana Youth Initiative, and Sheila Anderson, Director of Marketing/Recruitment at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana, about the impact of poverty … Continue reading
On Arts Centric Midday Matters I talked to two local singers, Mikki White and Ty Causey, who are fusing soul styles of the past with a modern sensibility, while touring all over the world. We talked about their influences, inspiration … Continue reading
This week martin is talking about the electromagnetic spectrum.
On today’s Outer Spaces edition Vicky Hadley from the Purdue Extension Service is here to talk about preserving your own food, then George McCowan from the Urban Farmers Collective is in the studio, detailing his efforts to educate people about … Continue reading
Indiana is the 15th fattest state in the nation, with just under 30% of us being classified as medically obese, and so we’re examining the causes of the problem and asking what can be done. First Doctor Leonard Mastbaum talks … Continue reading
Today on the Financial Focus edition of Midday Matters, Sean Bueter and Susan Burns talk with Mike Nutter, President of the Fort Wayne TinCaps, and Dan O’Connell, President/CEO of Visit Fort Wayne, to talk about the business of sports.
On today’s News Review edition of Midday Matters, Sean Bueter is joined by Dan Stockman of the Journal-Gazette, along with Larry DeBoer at Purdue University and StateImpact education reporter Kyle Stokes, to talk about the impact of property taxes on … Continue reading
We preview upcoming 9/11 remembrance services along with the River City Rock & Rhythm Review.