Going Public

Whether it's education and politics or arts and culture, nothing is off limits on KRCU's Going Public.

Dan Woods

The Center for Speech and Hearing at Southeast Missouri State University was recently awarded a grant that provides training and resources to enable the center to provide services to patients suffering from Parkinson's. The program is called "Speak Out!" and Dan Woods spoke with Amy Herren, Clinic Coordinator with Southeast's Center for Speech and Hearing. The program is offered at no cost, thanks to the grant.

Lindsey Grojean/KRCU

On this episode of Going Public, we talk with Mary Becker, who recently authored a report by the Missouri Hospital Association that outlines the risk of primary care shortage for rural Missouri. 

On this edition of Going Public we talk with Jen Berti, Membership Director with the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce and Amy Ybarra, with Gearheads Auto & Diesel Repair in Jackson. Amy will be the featured presenter at the next Jackson Chamber Women’s Impact Luncheon on September 13.  Amy stopped by to tell us what she will be sharing with attendees at the upcoming women’s car care seminar.

Photo by MDC Staff, courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation

On this edition of Going Public, we talk with Angela Pierce. Angela is a naturalist with the Missouri Department of Conservation. She tells us what to do...and not do if we encounter a bear while enjoying nature.

Tips from MDC on being "Be Aware."

Southeast Missouri State University

On this edition of Going Public  we talk with Dr. Carlos Vargas, president of Southeast Missouri State University, where he reflects on Governor Parson’s visit to the Barton Agriculture Research Center in Cape Girardeau on June 13.

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