Big news from Ft. Knox this morning, Col. King reveals a gate at Ft. Knox opening for the first time since 2014. He also talked about a special visit from some local sports figures.
In this edition of ‘What’s Up With Breckinridge County’ Eric and Jodie talk to Rebecca Brown of the Breckinridge County Chamber of Commerce. She talked about the soon-to-be-held first in-person chamber breakfast since the pandemic began.
Eric and Jodie talked with Gene Gudenkauf about next week’s member meeting for the Ft. Knox Chapter of AUSA.
This morning Eric and Jodie spoke with Sarah Vaughn with City of Elizabethtown Events as we get ready for this month’s Concert on Main June 26th featuring Darryl Worley.
Jodie Thompson has never had imitation crab and Eric would like to change that. I’m not sure she’s up for it.
Our Wolf Wants To Know for Friday was about songs that immediately give you the ‘feels.’ Here is what Wolf Country had to say…
In this week’s report, Col. King brings us info on the Army’s National Hiring Days, along with details on 4th of July events on Ft. Knox.
Bailey Childress interviewed Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron about the lawsuit being filed against CVS stores to combat the opiod problem in the state.
Mike Martin joined us this morning from the Patton Museum to outline the coming events for Patton Week in July.
Over a year ago, Singer/Songwriter, Tamara Stewart collaborated with the residents of the Radcliff Veterans Center to produce ‘Lest We Forget’ and album inspired by and co-written by our own veterans. Another concert to benefit these veterans is being planned for 2021 at the State Theater.