Nostalgia

How Much Christmas Music Can You Handle?
We've been hearing it everywhere...on the radio, the television, in the malls and at area shopping centers. It's intermingled into commercials. It's coming at us from 24 different directions. How much more can we handle? It's not even the first of December!
Vicki Lawrence Interview
TV watchers, young and old, spent countless hours watching Vicki Lawrence in her 11 seasons on "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Mama's Family". Along with her acting she had a #1 hit  in 1972 with "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"…
50-Year Old Saint Louis Mystery Solved
In the midst of negative news stories and after a terrible week for Dallas, and the nation, there is a nostalgic story that doesn't revolve around death and destruction. Here is that story:
For 50 years, an unsolved mystery in St. Louis centered around who piloted the small plane that flew throu…
Jack’s Mid-Missouri-Memory: The Old House
The Old House
When I was growing up in Sedalia Missouri in the forties and fifties my family like many others, lived in rented houses. It was always exciting as a child to move into a new house with all its hidden secrets to discover, but a little sad too, that we were moving from the old one that ha…
Blast From Sedalia Radio Past: Bruce
We have been bringing back some of the voices of Sedalia radio's past in the last week. We have caught up with Tina Sapp, The Treecerman and now we catch up with Bruce, who was the morning show host for KIX 105 and 92.3 Bob-FM from September 2006 until April of 2013.
Top 10 Stories of Doug Sokolowski
It has been a great pleasure to bring news updates over the course of 16 years. There are so many stories that have been covered that were either fun to do or serious to our area. 16-years has flown by in a blink of an eye, but these stories have stood out and rank in the Top 10 of the Townsquare Me…

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