Shaelie has been a Hoosier most of her life. She graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a bachelors degree in Media Communication. While at IWU, she produced and co-hosted a program called Crossroads on WIWU-TV. This is her first job out of college, and she couldn't be more excited! She has wanted to be a news reporter for as long as she can remember and can hardly believe the time has finally come.
When she's not working, you'd probably find her around outside in the sun, exploring new places in town, or getting some coffee at Starbucks. She loves talking with people and hearing their stories.
It’s been more than a year since #MeToo spread across the internet putting a voice to the stories of many sexual assault and harassment survivors. You might think the movement’s dying down, but a group in Owensboro is still seeing the “Me Too” effects. They’re doing something about it.
Through the decked halls and jingling bells, there’s another Christmas classic in Owensboro. You probably won’t hear these songs on the Christmas radio station, but 78 years later, the Owensboro Choral Society is keeping Handel’s Messiah a timeless tradition in town.