Mark Elliott's blog

Yes someone named their child "Burger" in 2012.

We talked about this Monday on the Afternoon Game Show.

Mark Baker

Mark Baker was the afternoon host and program director of WIKY Radio for over 10 years before moving to Johnson City/Kingsport TN to a new position there.  He died unexpectedly last week. People have called us asking about details and services - here is the link for more information.

Perhaps more than just this little girl feel this way.

On YouTube, a mother recorded her 4 year old daughter crying and asked her why she was crying.

Take a Nap to Solve a Problem.

It was the answer to the Afternoon Game Show question Monday, here's the link.  I say use this excuse next time you are caught napping on the job...

ScienceDaily (Oct. 12, 2012) — A new study from Lancaster University has found that sleeping on a problem really can help people to find a solution.

Boil Advisory Evansville East Side

Here's a link to the story about the East Side boil advisory.



As announced on the WIKY Afternoon Show Wednesday afternoon ..


Best Chicken and Dumplings - Booth # 79 St. Pauls Lutheran Church

Best New Item - Booth #112C Joshua Academy - Sloppy Billy's - Loose Goat Meat Sandwich

Third Place Best of the Fest - Booth #48 Salem Church of Darmstadt - Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae

Second Place Best of the Fest - Booth #25 St. Theresa Scouts Munchen Rolls

And this years Best of the Fest - Booth #67 St.

Don't split household chores in your marriage!!!

A lot of talk yesterday about our Afternoon Game Show Question - "Couples that do this one thing increase chance of divorce by 50%.  What?"

The answer was splitting household chores equally.  Many people disputed this, so I thought I would post the link to this story.


Deaconess Wise Choice Munchie Map

We talked about this on the Afternoon Show Thursday.  Here's the link to the Deaconess Wise Choice Munchie Map.


The WIKY Facebook Page and a post yesterday

Mark Elliott – program director of WIKY Radio here.  Yesterday, a listener (Angie Walker Leslie) posted on the WIKY Facebook page about a news story.  I won’t recap the story here, as it was tragic and very personal for Ms. Leslie. (Click here for a link to the story in the Local News section of this site.)  However, in that post there were some claims about the news story that were not true.  We debated removing the post but thought it best to reply in the comments, which we did.

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