I started in radio in January of 1975 in my hometown of Butler, MO. Off and on I’ve been behind a microphone, either at a radio station or in a nightclub. I’m married, have six kids, and nine grandkids. I love watching the Kansas City Royals and old western TV shows and movies. I enjoy working with everyone at the station and our parent company, Townsquare Media. I love doing my part to make it fun to listen to the radio.
Last Regular Season Home Game for Smith-Cotton Football
The Smith-Cotton Tigers will wind up their 2018 football regular season Friday, October 19 at the Jennie Jaynes Complex as they host the Kansas City Central YellowJackets.
Smith-Cotton Winter Sports Schedules Released
As the Fall sports season rolls into the last days of the 2018 season, the Winter sports schedules are set for Sedalia Smith-Cotton student athletes.
Truman VA Hospital Ranked No. 1
In a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) All Employee Survey (AES), the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital recently was ranked No. 1 nationally. Truman VA has been ranked No. 1 throughout the VA by employees for the second consecutive year.
Check Out These Creepy Old-Time Halloween Costumes
It's getting closer. The masks, the makeup and the costumes on on the shelves. If you haven't already picked out what you or the kiddos are wearing for Halloween, it will happen very soon. If you're still wondering what to wear, we've got some ideas for you.
Date and Theme Set for 2018 Sedalia Christmas Parade
Mark it on your calendar. Saturday, December 1 at 10:00am. The Sedalia Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Christmas Parade in downtown Sedalia. This year's theme for the annual event is "Christmas Memories."
Fall Firearms Turkey and Archery Season Could Be Challenging
The Missouri Department of Conservation has advised hunters that "challenging" is the the way to possibly describe this fall turkey season.
Area Businesses to Benefit from $5.1 Million Training Award
The Department of Economic Development’s Division of Workforce Development announced today the award of $5.1 million to 186 companies across Missouri to help train workers for new and existing positions. Sedalia businesses as well as others from around the area are included in those awards.
Sedalia Awarded Grant from Missouri Department of Conservation
With 38 grants totaling $302,346 to Missouri communities, Sedalia was included in the list of grants being awarded through the Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance (TRIM) grant program by the Missouri Department of Conservaton (MDC).
Major Renovation for Elliott Student Union at UCM
One of the most-heavily used student areas on campus, the Elliott Student Union, will be renovated according to the University of Central Missouri.
Fall Happens This Weekend. Are You Ready for the Cooler Temps?
Summer is going to give us all she has to wind up another season. She's roaring out of 2018 with a vengeance but Autumn is ready to step in with cooler temperatures.