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Get to know YOUR community. The WQXE News team hosts Community Forum every Sunday morning at 7 AM on Quicksie 98.3 with interviews of local leaders about issues that impact your community.

Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery // Community Forum

As Black History Month comes to a close, Zach Epperson talks with Brenda Tucker about the Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery. The two talk about the gallery’s history, as well as what can be learned from a visit to the museum. 

American Heart Month // Community Forum

This month marks the 57th American Heart Month celebrated every February and aimed at raising heart health and awareness of heart disease. This week Zach Epperson talks to 3 employees with Baptist Health Hardin about heart health and how it can be maintained.

CASA of the Heartland

This week, Zach Epperson talks with Norma Hatfield, Executive Director of CASA of the Heartland, about how the organization was about to overcome challenges amidst the pandemic. Hatfield talks about how CASA adjusted fundraisers and events in the pandemic, as well as volunteering options for those interested in making an impact.

KYTC Chris Jessie // Community Forum

With winter weather still in the forecast as we continue in the month of February. Snow trucks will still be seen out on the roadway when that inclement weather rolls in. To get an inside look on road crews and how they prepare for weather we talk with Chris Jessie, the public information officer of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 4 as well as Paul Sanders, the chief engineer there for District 4.

Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland

The past few weeks we have focused on local organizations that have felt the impact of COVID-19 as people look to them for their services. This morning we speak to Jamie Thomas the Director of Communications and Marketing for Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland to talk about how the organization has been meeting the needs of the people in out community.