Eric and Jodie took a run at performing a Luke Bryan tune that sounded like a not-so-jolly ‘Oliday with Mary!
Eric and Jodie talk to Venus Cornette about the online auction to support the Community Health Clinic in E-town.
Kristie Stillwell talks to Eric and Jodie about the Head Start program in Hardin County, now enrolling for 3 and 4 year olds.
Eric and Jodie spoke with Matt Deneen about the upcoming Greenspace Wild and Scenic Film Festival’s watch at home event on August 22nd.
Eric and Zach give Midland a whirl in the style of the Bard in this week’s Thursday Theater.
Eric talks to Ms. Morgan about the reopening plan for Hardin County Schools on August 24th.
Eric and Jodie butchered another country song, but managed to also butcher a classic movie in this edition of Thursday Theater!
Street Rod Nationals are a GO for this year, August 6-9th in Louisville at the Kentucky Expo Center. Eric and Jodie talked to Jim Rowlett about the changes to this year’s event.
For this week’s edition of Thursday Theatre, Jodie and Eric did their best Robot voices.
Yes, it was as funny as it sounds.
Born and raised in Caneyville, KY, right here in Wolf Country, Elvie Shane grew up singing in church with his mom and helping his dad work on trucks. Now he’s living his dream in Nashville on BBR Music Group with his debut single, and anthem that pays tribute to his step-son, called ‘My Boy.’ Eric had a chance to chat with Elvie about his journey to this point.