This week, join David Hays and Jim Inman as they talk with guest caller, Rodney Johnson, as they discuss demographic trends, predictable spending patterns, and how those factors will forecast what comes next.
Archives for January 2013
A beautiful morning in Bloomington after Indiana ran the Boilers off the floor in their own building on Wednesday night.
Ivy Tech Chancellor John Whikehart makes his weekly visit and reminds us that tomorrow is “First Friday”. His interview is in player 1.
Keith Klein and Sue Wanzer both serve on the MCCSC School Board. They highlight education issues in our community every Thursday morning. Their interview is in player 2.
Kim Rudolph, Special Events Manager of the Bloomington Hospital Foundation and Mark Bradford, Region President for Old National Bank, tell us about “100 Men Who Cook” fundraiser coming up in April. Their interview is in player 3.
Please take a listen below!
Terry Stultz came in from the bullpen to relieve an ailing Dave Novak on Wednesday as he and Glass broke down a hugely important week/weekend of IU hoops.
The guys broke down the way Indiana was going to go to Mackey and beat the Boilers but the producer (Glass) was only smart enough to record the first half hour of the program. Hardly surprising…
Super Bowl Picks:
Terry: John, 28-24
Dave: Jim, 27-21
Glass: Jim, no score given
Terry: IU win
Glass: IU win
Tuesday morning we spoke with Summit Elementary School Principal Mr. Doug Waltz and City Council Parliamentarian Tim Mayer.
Wednesday, County Councilwoman Marty Hawk made her weekly visit.
Coming Thursday: Ivy Tech Chancellor John Whikehart and MCCSC School Board member Sue Wanzer.
Dave and Glass were impressed with Indiana’s 2-0 week in the B1G.
Even though all the cylinders weren’t firing, Indiana has enough firepower this year to make up for it.
A huge February looms on the horizon and it all starts Wednesday night with Purdue in Mackey Arena.
Coming Wednesday: Purdue and Michigan previews plus Super Bowl thoughts and predictions.