Baptist Health Paducah launches Project Fit America at its 8th school today, at Calvert City Elementary. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with Dona Rains about the two-year fitness program aimed at reducing childhood obesity, including new playground equipment with fitness stations, curriculum, teacher training and a fit lifestyle in their daily lessons.
The U.S. Army is sending about 700 soldiers from the 101st Airborne to Liberia to aid in handling the Ebola outbreak. Fort Campbell Spokesperson Master Sergeant Brian Sipp says the deployment's length is undetermined and will depend on the situation's development. If a soldier was infected with Ebola while in Liberia, Sipp says he is currently uns […]
The Paducah Power System board is seeking a search firm to find General Manager Dave Clark’s replacement following Tuesday’s board meeting. Clark’s resignation comes a week after Ray McClennan stepped down as chair and member of the board. McLennan had called for Clark to resign, but no board members made a motion to do so at the time.
When essayist Eula Biss was pregnant with her son, she decided she wanted to do just a bit of research into vaccination. "I thought I would do a small amount of research to answer some questions that had come up for me," she tells NPR's Audie Cornish. "And the questions just got bigger the more I learned and the more I read."In the U […]
Murray State University President Dr. Bob Davies stopped by for a Sounds Good discussion that ranged from ongoing construction projects to MSU enrollment and a potential campus-wide tobacco ban. Here's a quick snapshot of the conversation: