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Holden Kellogg

Intern

Holden Kellogg is an audio production intern at WCBU. He joined the station in 2021.

Kellogg is also a student at Bradley University.

  • WCBU's On Deck has everything you need to know to start your day for Friday, January 14. Our top story is about the Tri-County experiencing its highest daily COVID-19 case count -- ever. You’ll also hear about a local effort to provide theater opportunities to children with special needs. WCBU's Jody Holtz interviews Dr. Andy Morgan, founder and director of The Penguin Project. On Deck is produced by WCBU student intern Holden Kellogg.
  • WCBU's On Deck has everything you need to know to start your day for Thursday, January 13. Our top story is about the latest COVID-19 numbers and what Dr. Ngozi Ezike is the Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health has to say about the impact of the surge on hospital patients and staff. You’ll also hear about the Peoria County Public Library's McClure Branch's effort to hire an artist in residence. WCBU's Tim Shelley interviews branch manager Sarah Couri about the idea - a first for the library. On Deck is produced by WCBU student intern Holden Kellogg.
  • WCBU's On Deck has everything you need to know to start your day for Wednesday, January 12. Our top story is about new weekend hours (9-5 Saturday and Sunday) for the Peoria City-County Health Department's COVID-19 vaccination and booster walk-in clinic. You’ll also hear about the impact of the latest COVID-19 surge on Peoria County schools -- and why officials believe returning to the classroom this week is the best course of action this week. WCBU's Joe Deacon interviews Peoria County Regional Superintendent of Schools Beth Crider about navigating school reopening amid skyrocketing COVID-19 cases. On Deck is produced by WCBU student intern Holden Kellogg.
  • WCBU's On Deck has everything you need to know to start your day for Tuesday, January 11. Our top story is about a foreign investment giving a big boost to a Peoria-based whiskey distillery. You’ll also hear about a local organization aimed at support women-owned businesses. WCBU's Joe Deacon interviews Francine Hinrickson about the vision behind her 1-year-old organization, "Founding Females," and her plans for the upcoming year. On Deck is produced by WCBU student intern Holden Kellogg.
  • WCBU's On Deck has everything you need to know to start your day for Monday, January 10. Our top story is about Peoria Police Chief Eric Echevarria's plan to curb violence in 2022. You’ll also hear about a new COVID-19-inspired book published by a Bradley University professor. WCBU's Jody Holtz interviews Dr. Paul Gullifor about his new children's book entitled "Where Have All the Smiles Gone?" On Deck is produced by WCBU student intern Holden Kellogg.
  • WCBU's On Deck has everything you need to know to start your day for Friday, January 7. Our top story is about conditions inside Unity Point and OSF Healthcare as the county's ICU bed availability falls to 11%. You’ll also hear about how December was an exceptionally warm month for the state. WCBU's Tim Shelley interviews Illinois State Climatologist Trent Ford about why that's symptomatic of the long-term trend of warming winters. On Deck is produced by WCBU student intern Holden Kellogg.
  • On Deck has everything you need to know for Wednesday, January 5. Our top story is about the status of the Tazewell County salt dome after a wind storm destroyed the dome’s roof. You’ll also hear about the city of Washington’s 25-year comprehensive plan. WBCU correspondent Tim Alexander interviews the city’s Jon Oliphant about upcoming projects in the pipeline. On Deck is produced by WCBU intern Holden Kellogg.
  • On Deck has everything you need to know for Tuesday, January 4. Our top story is about snow and ice removal efforts following this weekend’s snow storm. You’ll also hear about the Center for Youth and Family Services’ COVID-19 relief program. WBCU’s Jody Holtz interviews CYFS Community Development director Jeff Turnbull and Program Director for Community Volunteerism Jenny Lee about the center’s 2022 plans for helping those in need. On Deck is produced by WCBU intern Holden Kellogg.
  • On Deck has everything you need to know for Monday, January 3. Our top story is about rare sightings of snowy owls in central Illinois. You’ll also hear about Veloxity Labs – a bioanalytical research company based in Peoria. WCBU’s Tim Shelley interviews Veloxity president Shane Needham of Idaho about why he based his company in the River City, and how Veloxity’s work will play a key role in the development of new drugs and treatments. On Deck is produced by WCBU intern Holden Kellogg.
  • On Deck has everything you need to know for Wednesday, December 22. Our top story is about the low probability for a “White Christmas” this year. You’ll also hear more about the newly formed Office of Firearm Violence Prevention. WCBU’s Hannah Alani interviews office director Chris Patterson about how he will work with locally-based advisory councils to dole out $250 million to community-based anti-violence efforts over the next three years. On Deck is produced by WCBU intern Holden Kellogg.