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March 9, 2007


Southern Indiana’s Working Poor

This week on “Noon Edition” Herald Times editor Bob Zaltsberg and co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael discuss the challenges of working families trying to make ends meet. Our guests include representatives from Monroe County United Ministries, the Indiana Coalition on Housing and Homeless Issues, and the South-Central Community Action Program.

March 2, 2007


Monroe County Juvenile Justice Facility

Monroe County Judge David Welch joins Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg and “Noon Edition” co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael this week for a discussion of the prospects for a juvenile justice facility in Monroe County.

January 19, 2007


A New Sheriff in Town: Jim Kennedy

Hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Mary Catherine Carmichael welcome to the microphone incoming Monroe County Sheriff Jim Kennedy. He’s already changed the dress code in the Sheriff’s Office; what other changes are in the works?

December 8, 2006


Volunteers in Medicine

This week on “Noon Edition” Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg and co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael visit with representatives from Volunteers in Medicine, a group working to expand health care coverage to low- and middle-income residents in Monroe and Owen counties.

November 17, 2006


Teaching Our Children

This week on “Noon Edition” our guests include Shelley Sallee, Director of Youth/Camp Activities for the Monroe County YMCA. We’ll be discussing the challenges and opportunities of raising the next generation.

July 21, 2006


Monroe County United Ministries (MCUM)

This week on “Noon Edition” we’ll examine the strain on social services in Monroe County, and the challenges faced by one agency-Monroe County United Ministries–in meeting the needs of low income residents.

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