Cass Herrington


Midwest Fertilizer Group has contracted a private firm to find out if human remains from a Native American tribe lie beneath the site of a proposed plant. 

The 2.1 billion dollar nitrogen plant is anticipated to create 200 high-paying jobs.

The site in Posey County is near a Hopewell mound dating back to the first century A.D., which is why Carmel, Ind.-based Environmental Resource Management Group has started surveying the vacant plot west of Mount Vernon.

The Trend: Beer- Evansville Style

Nov 8, 2013
Cass Herrington

  Friday's episode of The Trend features all things beer:  From home brew to craft brew, Cass Herrington studies the social and economic impacts of changing trends in beer brewing and consumption.

Corey Weaver

University of Evansville alum Matt O'Neill is featured on Friday night's PBS Great Performances presentation of the San Francisco Opera's production of Moby Dick. WNIN's Daniel Moore recently spoke with him about his career and his performance as "Flask."

Matt O'Neill said his training at the University of Evansville, though it was for guitar, prepared him for a singing career as well. He said life on the road as a free-lancer was getting old, and he was looking for other career opportunities.

For more details, listen to the complete interview.

Cass Herrington

For today’s show, The Trend visited our neighbors in Jasper and Princeton to hear what those towns are doing to increase the quality of life for their residents – in the hopes of attracting talented workers and millennials.

Steve Burger

On this live episode of The Trend, three experts joined us in the studio to answer calls from listeners in the Tri-State.

Nibby Priest manages Vaughn Insurance Agency Co. in Henderson, Ky. He is also a registered insurance agent for Kynect, Kentucky's state health insurance marketplace. 

Jamie Bruce is the chief development and marketing officer at MDWise, a non-profit that helps vulnerable populations needing health coverage in Indiana.