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March 23, 2013

Changes at K-93 Radio draw static

Listeners decry loss of news, family values & new morning DJ


Somerset —

Karen Miller said Jaden ate solid food — scrambled eggs — for the first time Friday. She said the young girl has walked on her own, and, although she can’t yet speak due to the ventilator she’d had in for several days, she can communicate via a white board.
“When I first gave her that board, I was afraid,” said Karen Miller. “She has such beautiful cursive writing, and I didn’t know if she’d be able to write like that again ... but she wrote ‘Look at me.’
“And when I saw that beautiful ‘L,’ I knew she’s going to be okay,” added Karen Miller.
Jaden was supposed to be able to see her “Prayers for Jaden” Facebook page for the first time on Friday evening, thanks to an iPad. 
“This has pulled the community together,” said Karen Miller. “You want to see it keep going.”
Jaden’s family has been told that, if her progress continues, she may be moved next week to Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Center. 
“She’s dynamite,” said Karen Miller. “She’s one of the strongest people I know.”
And all involved are just glad a negative situation evolved into something to benefit Jaden and her family.
“This has been all about the community,” said Rodney Kring.
K-93 Power Country is owned by Clear Channel Radio.

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