Kentucky Second Congressional District Representative Brett Guthrie is the guest speaker at Thursday’s Chamber of Commerce Rooster Booster Breakfast.
Congressman Guthrie serves on the House Energy and Commerce (E&C) Committee for the 112th Congress. E&C is the oldest standing legislative committee in the House with broad jurisdiction over our nation’s energy, healthcare, telecommunication
While looking for some documents (which I still have not located) I came across some papers from September 1969. No I am not going to talk Nixon, Viet Nam, Hippies or Waitman Taylor winning the primary election.
What most impressed me was the businesses that are no longer around and the prices for products and services. We used these ads to create commercials to air on 1490 WOMI and the competitio
Construction on the new Owensboro Medical Health Systems hospital is in full swing. One only has to drive near the location on Daniels Lane off Hwy 60 East to see the massive structure rise over the surrounding property. Is is the largest undertaking ever in this area. Today I had the opportunity to tour the new facility. I declined. (Just kidding, I wanted to see if you really read this far.)
Longtime Owensboro Realtor Jim Estes made it official this morning on the Joe Lowe Morning Show, he is ending his affiliation with Coldwell Banker. The company is now named, The Greater Owensboro Realty Company.
Each month we talk about the Greater Owensboro's Chamber of Commerce Rooster Booster Breakfast. We carry the program live the first Thursday of each month on 1490 WOMI. Rooster Booster has over the decades become a place to see and be seen.
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You'd think that with MP3 players, the internet, cell phones, satellite radio, Pandora and God-knows-what-else, good ol' radio stations would be having a tough time hanging on to listeners these days.
You would be wrong.
Arbitron released the results of a new study yesterday that shows more than 241 million people ages 12 and up tuned in to terrestrial radio stations last year, USA Today rep