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Greg Jenkins

Operations Director

Greg Jenkins has been the Operations Director at MSPR since 1999. Greg is a 1996 graduate of Morehead State University with a BME in Music Education and received a Masters of Science in Industrial Technology in 2008. Greg oversees training, scheduling, and evaluation of the student board operator staff, preparation of the daily traffic logs and serves as weekday classical music host. He is also the webmaster of the MSPR website and maintains MSPR's webstreaming and podcasting.

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Thursday, September 26

Sep 27, 2013
MSU

Kentucky State Police are investigating a fatal accident in Fleming County. Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer announces a “Farm to Campus” Initiative at Morehead State University…and State Representative Steve Riggs thinks communities in eastern Kentucky might be able to use a local sales tax to diversify their economies through strategic investments.

Grant Alden's Field Notes: "Songs About Childhood" Friday, September 27th @ 7pm!

MSU

September 26th -- Chuck Mraz talks to Joe Cline, Rowan County Chief Deputy Sheriff.

MSU

The mayors of Kentucky’s two largest cities tell state lawmakers they’d like to have a local sales tax option. The former head of a Fleming County nursing home is indicted on theft charges…and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is inspecting bridges in the Maysville and Ashland areas.

MSU

September 25th -- Chuck Mraz is joined in the studio by MSU President, Dr. Wayne D. Andrews.

    

Tuesday, September 24

Sep 25, 2013
MSU

The city of Morehead holds a public hearing Wednesday on its real and personal property tax rates for next year. Attorney General Jack Conway says strides are being made in the fight against prescription drug abuse…and a Fleming County High School teacher has won a national award. 

#508 show summary (Don’t Cross That Red Line! Show):

Health Matters salutes the strategy of diplomacy by ultimatums with a show on E cigarettes, Pro football, and flu vaccinations. If your team lost last week, take along bubblebath and console yourself with us.

Tip: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you begin to vaccination now. You have many new vaccination options, but you should get going.

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Monday, September 23

Sep 24, 2013
MSU

Kentucky State Police have brought charges against a student at the Elliott County Middle School after receiving a report of a possible explosive device at the building this morning. Rescue crews continue their search for a South Shore man with Alzheimer’s Disease who has been missing for more than a week…and a petroleum analyst says gas prices may fall about 20-cents in Kentucky over the next month. 

MSU

September 23rd -- Chuck Mraz is joined on the show by Sister Sally Neale,  Program & Marketing Coordinator of Sarah's Place in Sandy Hook, KY.

www.sarahsplace.com

MSU

September 20th -- Chuck Mraz is joined in the studio by MSU professor and commentator, John Modaff.

  

    

Friday, September 20

Sep 23, 2013
MSU

Some dogs have been removed from what authorities are calling a “puppy mill” in Fleming County. There’s been a shooting at a pawn shop in Danville…and Senator Mitch McConnell unveils legislation he says will protect jobs in the coal industry. 

3rd Annual Morehead Arts & Eats Festival, 11am-4pm, Sept. 21, downtown Morehead.

Homemade food, arts and crafts, live music, classic cars, antique show, kids games and more. Visit MSPR's booth for original grilled SPAMwiches!!!

Thursday, September 19

Sep 20, 2013
MSU

Congressman Andy Barr says employment in the coal industry in Kentucky has fallen to its lowest level since 1927. Local law enforcement officials say they’ve not uncovered any evidence to support claims that a “hate crime” took place in Morehead earlier this month... and a Rowan County school official says the district’s bus fleet is aging and should be replaced soon.

MSU

Olive Hill city council votes for across-the-board budget cuts. Governor Beshear says Kentucky has an obligation to address climate change…and the Little Sandy Health District is facing a budget deficit of more than 400-thousand dollars.

MSU

September 19th -- Chuck Mraz is joined by Patricia Cliff, author of The Art of Selling Real Estate.

    

Tuesday, September 17

Sep 18, 2013
MSU

There was a ribbon-cutting today to mark the official opening of a new animal shelter to serve Rowan, Fleming and Bath Counties. Kentucky State Police have arrested an armed man who barricaded himself inside an Olive Hill home early this morning…and Bath County’s judge executive predicts more economic development in his county following last week’s announcement that CTI Foods is investing 44-million dollars in its Owingsville plant.

MSU

September 18th -- Chuck Mraz speaks with Rowan County Judge Executive Jim Nickell about the recent fiscal court meeting and the opening of the new Rowan animal shelter.

#507 Show Summary (What’s in Your Colon Show):

What is a musical hallucination? This disturbing question faces our guest, dietitian Jean Jones, as she has constant music running in her head at work. We present a case report, and the fun begins. Then a moment of seriousness while we consider the tragic obesity epidemic sweeping our nation. But back to fun and happy times and how to avoid the “freshman 15”.

Tip: both measles and chickenpox are extremely contagious diseases. If you have not had these diseases or been vaccinated, talk with your doctor.

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Monday, September 16

Sep 17, 2013
MSU

Kentucky state police are investigating a fatal traffic crash in Carter County. A murder trial that was scheduled to get underway in Morehead Monday has been postponed until May…and State Representative Sannie Overly of Paris says it’s up to Governor Beshear whether Kentucky lawmakers will tackle tax reform next year. 

    

MSU

September 17th -- Chuck Mraz speaks with Jeffrey Liles, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Services at MSU.

    

Join Steve Young Friday Sept. 20th @ 7pm  for some outright foolishness, brain-teasers, and music that you don't hear on radio very often!

Friday, September 13

Sep 16, 2013
MSU

Senator Mitch McConnell says the more Kentuckians learn about “ObamaCare” the more worried they are about it. Governor Beshear says the federal health care law that takes effect next year will provide more than 600,000 Kentuckians a chance to purchase health insurance at a price they can afford…and former Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer today pleads guilty to government corruption charges. 

Thursday, September 12

Sep 16, 2013
MSU

    

MSU Career Services

Sep 16, 2013
MSU

September 16th -- Chuck Mraz is joined by Megan Boone and Mike Esposito from MSU Career Services. 

http://www.moreheadstate.edu/career/

Kentucky State Police cars now patrolling the Commonwealth’s roadways are aging rapidly and there’s no money to replace them…That’s what KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer told state lawmakers in Frankfort Thursday.

He testified before the Interim Joint Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection…

MSU

September 13th -- Guest host John Modaff speaks with author Robert W. McChesney about his book, Dollarocracy: How the Money and Media Election Complex is Destroying America.

    

 

Join host Tony Pence for 'The Country Jukebox' this Friday night, September 13 @ 7pm! Planned for the evening, "The Queens of Country Music."

MSU

Custom Food Products is expanding its Owingsville plant and hiring 200 additional workers. Morehead Mayor David Perkins says the city’s law director will draw up a fairness ordinance that would ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation for city council to consider….and Morehead State University has been declared a “military friendly” school by Victory Media.

MSU

September 12th -- Chuck Mraz is joined by Rowan County Assistant Superintendent, John Maxey and Food Service/Finance Officer, Glen Teager.

Tuesday, September 10

Sep 11, 2013
MSU

The city of Morehead is considering a fairness ordinance to protect people from discrimination on the basis of their sexual orientation. Morehead residents may be paying higher real estate and personal property taxes soon…and State Representative Reginald Meeks is expressing skepticism about adopting charter schools in Kentucky. 

    

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