The Big Brothers Big Sisters For Kids Sake campaign will being this week, and even though there won’t be bowling (yet), there are some fun events ahead for the area, as Michelle Crichelow explains.
January 26th has been designated as Spouses Day on the calendar, and to celebrate, we asked Wolf Country who they would like to see play their spouse in a movie.
Col C.J. King announces the return of Trivia Night and details on the Covid vaccine coming to Ft. Knox.
In this edition of Thursday Theater, Eric and Jodie motivate their team to victory in the style of the greatest movie coaches of all time.
Heather Jones spoke with Eric and Jodie about this year’s St. Baldrick’s event to raise funds for childhood cancer research. There are more ways than just shaving your head to be a part of this fundraiser.
Marilyn Ford from Wesbanco Bank, Inc. joins Eric and Jodie to talk about United Way of Central Kentucky’s campaigns that can be done through payroll deduction in your workplace.
Col. CJ King brings us up-to-date on the latest happenings on Ft. Knox, including a new Virtual Author event at the library, Right Arm Night, and a relaxing of restrictions on post.
Today, Eric and Jodie step into the shoes of the special victims unit in charge of the especially heinous crimes involving Andy, his little sister, a big-bellied sheriff, and that Amos boy, Seth.
Ryan Brus kicked off 2021 with info on tax preparation on Ft. Knox as well as an opportunity to buy some used cabins.
Today, Eric and Jodie take you back to that small southern town where Birdie and Justin hit it off in the 90’s classic, Hope Floats.