Herald & Review Voices
Herald & Review Voices features conversations with Herald & Review writers, editors and our readers.
If you would like to suggest a subject or individual to be a Herald & Review Voice reach us by email (email@example.com), Facebook or by phone at (217) 421-6908 (Audience Engagement Editor Tim Cain).
• Analisa Trofimuk and Kennedy Nolen talk legalized marijuana
In this episode, government reporter Analisa Trofimuk and public safety reporter Kennedy Nolen talk about a hot topic: Senate Billl 7, the proposal for the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Trofimuk discusses the thoughts of local government leaders about legalization, and Nolen shares the public safety concerns of local and state law enforcement.
• Kennedy Nolen introduces government reporter Analisa Trofimuk on Airbnb
In this episode, public safety reporter Kennedy Nolen introduces government reporter Analisa Trofimuk to the podcast world. Kennedy wrote a recent story about Airbnb in Dectaur, so Kennedy and Analisa share their own experiences — the good and the bad.
• Tim Cain and Kennedy Nolen talk gravy boats and Cardi B's lingo in Kennedy vs. Cain
Newsroom Old Guy Tim Cain and Newsroom New Kid Kennedy Nolen are going to bring the generations together with understanding. Why else would they call this podcast "Kennedy vs. Cain"? Or "Cain vs. Kennedy"?
The two discuss the significance of gravy boats, Ariana Grande and many more interesting topics.
Outside the Box
Herald & Review sports editor Justin Conn and sports reporter Joey Wagner talk with local coaches, players and more to get the stories you may not always hear or read.
• In this episode of Outside the Box, sports reporter Joey Wagner and sports editor Justin Conn talk with MacArthur boys basketball coach Ron Ingram.
In this episode of Outside the Box, sports reporter Joey Wagner and sports editor Justin Conn talk with MacArthur boys basketball coach Ron Ingram. Ingram talks about his life in California, and how he thought he was going to play for the Dallas Mavericks.
He shares why he came back to Illinois, how he got to MacArthur, his life as a basketball referee, nearly leaving MacArthur, his health, the shot clock and much, much more.
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