Midday Matters: News Review

Mondays at noon on WBOI 89.1

Our panel of local journalists discuss the week's news stories. Call in with your questions at 260-452-1185, or email middaymatters@nipr.fm.

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On today's Midday Matters, we're talking with Al Moll, Director of Fort Wayne Parks and Rec, and Sherise Fortriede, Senior Planner with the City about youth sports in Fort Wayne. Later, we'll be talking about the election of Pope Francis.

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking about the Indiana General Assembly's 2013 session.

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking with Ball State economist Michael Hicks and USF economist Doug Meader about how the sequestration order, signed by President Obama Friday, could affect Indiana. How do you see your life being affected by federal spending cuts? Or do you think the impact will be smaller than we've heard so far?

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking about the role of charter schools in education. Ball State University recently announced it's revoking the charters of several charter schools in Indiana. What do you think?

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking with Bob Caylor from the Fort Wayne News Sentinel about the expansion and improvement of vocational education. Later on in the segment, we will be remembering the life of John D'Arcy, the bishop of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking with City of Fort Wayne Director of Citizen Services Julie Sanchez! And later in the program, NIPR's new general manager, Peter Dominowski, will join us for a meet and greet.

News Review- Monday December 17, 2012

Dec 17, 2012

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