Chris Carter joins Eagle Country 99.3 as the new At Work Host.
A little about Chris:
He got his broadcasting start at his high school’s radio station at Muncie Southside in Muncie, Indiana.
He attended Indiana University.
He has lived across the country thanks to following his broadcast career to new opportunities and new places (like Eagle Country).
He would rather go to a high school football game than an NFL game.
Speaking of sports, you’ll find him rooting for the Colts, Fighting Irish, Pacers and Red Sox.
Enjoys comedy clubs over bars/clubs.
Chris is a father, and his son is in the US Navy.
Look forward to seeing him in the community as he is eager to get out and be a part of the flock with you here in Eagle Country!
Listen to Chris every weekday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Sunman-Dearborn Schools 2021-2022 New Student and Kindergarten Enrollment
Sunman-Dearborn Schools is enrolling 2021-2022 Kindergarten students as well as students new to the district. Please check the district or school websites for online enrollment forms. Call 812-623-2291 for more information.at Sunman-dearborn Community Schools
Knight’s Golf Outing for the Benefit of the Pregnancy Care Center
The Lawrenceburg (1231) and Bright (14862) Knights of Columbus Councils are putting on their annual Golf Outing for the benefit of the Pregnancy Care Center S.E. IN on May 10th. The Pregnancy Care Center is a non-profit Christian ministry offering hope to those facing an unplanned pregnancy with life lesson classes for both mothers and fathers. The ladies at the Center do great work and truly change people’s lives. We as Knights of Columbus are honored to support them by raising money for them though this outing. Monday May 10th At Hidden Valley Golf Course Lunch starts at 11:30, Tee Off at 1:00PM, Dinner at 5:30 $100/Person, Scramble Format with Prizes Call or email for more information - 812 221 1193 firstname.lastname@example.org Hidden Valley Golf Course
A three-day Early-Bird Pool Pass Registration Event will take place later this month.
During the investigation, detectives learned that Koehler allegedly inappropriately touched two female children under the age of 14 on more than one occasion when they visited his home.
Weather continued to spoil the high school sports slate on Tuesday.
Three Pacers earned weekly honors for their play between April 26-May 1.