Do you have a living will? A living will is a legal document that indicates the types of medical treatments and life-sustaining measures you want and don't want, such as mechanical breathing (respiration and ventilation), tube feeding or resuscitation.
Adults throughout the area can complete a living will free of charge on Saturday, May 18th.
Stop by anytime between 9am and 3pm at the Campbell Lane branch of Citizens First Bank in Bowling Green.
Leave in minutes with your living will signed, notarized, copied, and legal.
WKU Public Radio is here thanks to listeners who become members.
Show your support for WKU Public Radio during our Spring Membership Drive and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of several prizes, including a $500 Amazon gift card, a vacation getway at Barren River State Park, one of five signed copies of The Kentucky Barbecue Bookby WKU Professor Wes Berry, and a pair of 3-day passes to the ROMP music festival in Owensboro.
You can see contest rules and details here. The deadline is April 27th. And thanks for everything you do to make our programs possible!
A required inspection of the WDCL-FM transmitter tower in Somerset will result in a signal outage Wednesday. We anticipate the outage will begin late Wednesday morning. Crews will work to keep the interruption as brief as possible.
This does not affect our live webstream. Thanks for your patience while this work is completed.
WKU Public Radio took home four First Place awards at the 2013 Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters Awards ceremony in Louisville, including a win in the category of Best Newscast. The win represents the combined on-air work of Dan Modlin, Kevin Willis, Lisa Autry and Joe Corcoran for 2012 in the non-commercial radio category.
Retired news director Dan Modlin also won first place for Best Enterprise/Investigative Reporting for his report on how some Kentucky senior citizens are losing their prescriptions to theft. Modlin also received an Honorable Mention for Best Public Affairs reporting for a report on the impact of ovarian cancer on Kentucky families.
Lisa Autry won first place in the Public Affairs category for her report on older kids in foster care needing homes. Autry also won a Second Place award for Best Hard News Feature for her story on the recovery of a Tennessee newborn following a heart transplant, Second Place for Best Political Coverage throughout the year and an Honorable Mention award for Best Radio Reporter.
Joe Corcoran received the first place award for Best Sports Reporting for his series of reports following WKU swimmer Claire Donahue on her way to the Olympic gold medal. News Director Kevin Willis received an Honorable Mention in that category for his report on WKU's new head football coach Bobby Petrino and an Honorable Mention in the Best Special Series/Documentary category for his reports on the impact of meth in our area.
The news staff also received a Second Place award for Best Website.
All of the award-winning entries can be found on-line by clicking on the reporter's photo or name on our home page.
Dan Modlin, recently-retired News Director at WKU Public Radio, will be inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame. He is one of five new members who will be honored at a ceremony in Lexington on April 23rd.
Dan is a native of Indiana who grew up in a broadcasting family. A graduate of Ball State University, he worked for several years in the news network business in the Midwest, specializing in agricultural and political coverage, before coming to WKU Public Radio. He served as News Director for 23 years.
Our Spring membership drive is just around the corner, and you're invited to join us at our studios on the WKU campus to help answer phones and take pledges. The on-air drive begins Sunday, April 21st.
Volunteers play a big part in the success of membership drives, and of so much more throughout the year.
And there's free coffee!
You can learn more about volunteering by calling us at 800-599-9598, or by sending an email to email@example.com.