This week on Noon Edition, we previewed the Monroe County budget hearings.
Every Friday co-hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Mary Catherine Carmichael sit down with local experts to discuss topics pertinent to WFIU listeners.
This week on Noon Edition, a discussion of a study ranking Indiana ninth in the country for its community corrections population. Herald Times Editor Bob Zaltsberg and Mary Catherine Carmichael are joined in the studio by Monroe County Judge Ken Todd and Sheriff Jim Kennedy.
This week on Noon Edition we’ll speak with representatives of various organizations involved in the flood relief effort. Our guests will include Executive Director of the Monroe County Red Cross Sue Gulley and Monroe County Emergency Management Coordinator John Hooker.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll discuss the concerns and challenges facing today’s Hoosier veterans. Monroe County Veterans Service officer Larry Catt and his predecessor, John Tilford, will join us in the studio.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll discuss recycling and environmental conservation just in time for Earth Day with Scott Morgan from the Monroe County Solid Waste Management District.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll examine the importance of preserving history in Monroe County and what the community is doing to help. Guests include Danielle McClelland, executive director of the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, and Jill Lesh, managing director of the Monroe County History Center.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll talk with officials from Hoosier Hills Food Bank, United Way of Monroe County and Shalom Community Center about how you can help the less fortunate during the holiday season.
Experts predict by the year 2015, 66 billion dollars will be transferred between generations. That includes $1.5 billion in Monroe County alone. What are the implications of this change for philanthropic endeavors? This week on “Noon Edition,” local and regional experts talk about the ramifications of this massive financial shift.
Recycling is the topic of this week’s “Noon Edition.” Join Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg for a conversation with Melissa Kriegerfox, director of Monroe County’s recycling and reuse office.