October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month, a time to celebrate the hundreds of thousands of people living with Spina Bifida in the United States. This week Adam Fuller talks with E-town resident James Best about life with Spina Bifida, medical treatment and advances.
Adam in the Afternoon interviews John Wright, representative from Hardin County Schools, Jon Ballard, Superintendent Elizabethtown Independent Schools and Carla Breeding, Principle of West Point Schools about an unsubstantiated threat on Kentucky Schools.
Adam in the Afternoon stops by the Hardin County Animal Shelter to see all the kitties. Today and tomorrow adopt kittens six months and under for just $30. Spay or Nutter and vaccinations included. Stop by and give these cute critters a new Furever Home!
We are live at Nolin River Wildlife with Mary Key. Mary is sharing her knowledge about wildlife, how they affect our ecosystem and how to manage them.