This week on Community Forum Zach Epperson talks with Director of Development, Christa Shouse and President and CEO Joe Fowler of United Way of Central Kentucky about 2020, the pandemic and the impact it had on their local organization.
This week Zach Epperson talks with Terie Burgan from the Lincoln Trail District Health Department about the ongoing rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and any questions the public may have about the process.
This past week Central Kentucky Community Foundation’s Scholarship Central opened allowing area students the opportunity to seek out potential scholarships that help the advance their post primary education. Zach Epperson talks with Davette Swinney CEO of the Central Kentucky Community Foundation and their Scholarship Central.
WQXE/WULF Lead News Reporter Zach Epperson looks back on the events and news of the past year, taking listeners month by month through the year 2020. Epperson highlights such newsworthy events as the announcement of V Corps coming to the Fort Knox area, schools closing due to COVID-19 and the challenges faced by district like Breckinridge County, as well as summer protests and the development of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This morning, Zach Epperson speak with Hardin County native and graduate of John Hardin High School, the 51st Attorney General of the Commonwealth, Daniel Cameron. We will look back at some of the goals and initiatives his office pursued over his first year in office.