Kurt Parsons is the Operations Manager for Townsquare Media Sedalia/Warrensburg. He began his broadcasting career at the age of 16 at his hometown radio station, KHMO, in Hannibal, Missouri. His career has included time with WJCL-FM in Savannah, Georgia; WKKW-FM in Morgantown, West Virginia; and WPWQ-FM in Quincy, Illinois. Before taking the Operations Manager position in Sedalia, Parsons spent three years as Digital Managing Editor, overseeing local content on station websites for Townsquare Media in Quincy, Illinois and Hannibal, Missouri.
Two Killed, One Arrested Following Cass County Accident
Two people were killed in a head-on collision on Route D in Cass County around 7 p.m. on May 15.
2018 Country Concerts at Missouri County Fairs
County fairs across the state have been making concert announcements for 2018. Here's a list of who will be playing in 2018 at county fairs in Missouri.
The Absolute Best Apps for Your Phone
What are some of the apps you absolutely love? What about the ones you absolutely hate?
Vote for the Best Places to Get Pizza in Sedalia and Warrensburg
National Pizza Party Day is coming up on May 18.
Sedalia Area Crime Reports for May 14, 2018
Police say a Sedalia resident was arrested for misusing 911 in an attempt to get deported back to his home country of Guatemala.
Sedalia Police Make Drug Arrest After Report of Shots Fired
Sedalia Police were called to the 300 block of S. Lamine Ave. on May 13 around 1 a.m. for a report of several gunshots.
2018 Summer Concerts at the Ozarks Amphitheater
The Ozarks Amphitheater in Camdenton has several upcoming summer concerts of note. Here's a look at the 2018 concert schedule at the Lake of the Ozarks.
West-Central Missouri’s Most Influential People
Time recently released their list of the most influential people. We asked you, if there were a similar list for west-central Missouri, who should be on it?
Sedalia Symphony Searching for New Conductor, Fourth in History
The Sedalia Symphony Society recently concluded their 83rd season, and are now searching for a new conductor ahead of its 84th.
‘Own 150 Years of Sedalia Missouri History’ Video Features Retro Footage of the City
In 2010, Sedalia celebrated its 150th anniversary. A special DVD was issued that featured old photographs and film footage of the city going back to the 1940s.