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There was a time when the morning newspaper was a fixture on almost everyone’s breakfast table. But the advent of the internet and other digital sources of information have forced the print media to cut jobs, increase their digital presence, and find creative ways to cover the news. We’ll speak to editors of small and large newspapers on how they’re dealing with the changing news landscape.

The University of Southern Indiana is partnering with HOLA and EVSC on its third Community Health Center, located at Lodge Community School.

The new health clinic, which had its “soft opening” Thursday, aims to serve the surrounding Latino community.

HOLA is a non-profit based in Evansville that holds regular health fairs for Hispanic immigrants in various locations around the Tri-State.  Volunteers from USI's nursing department regularly work these events, hence the partnership on the new health center.

Steve Burger

Today’s program is structured around a conversation with Johannes Hirata, a visiting economics professor from Osnabrück, Evansville’s sister city in Germany.

Hirata's research focuses on happiness and correlations to economic growth, and what this means to policy-making and notions of development.

We’ll hear more about his findings, plus, we’ll sit with Evansville’s Director for the Department of Metropolitan Development Philip Hooper.

Finally, we'll talk with two Henderson residents about how how different generations, lifestyles and incomes relate to happiness.

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.

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