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.
Over 50K Fish Killed in Kansas City’s Brush Creek
With the pre-summer temperatures reaching the century mark, I can just imagine the smell of this sad event. Not something you'd want to be around for very long.
4-H’ers & FFA Helping to Reduce Food Insecurity for Others Across Missouri
It seems like every time we turn around the Missouri 4-H'ers and the Missouri FFA are stepping up to help others across the state.
For Sale: 15 Million Leftover Girl Scout Cookies
With so many people eating more during the pandemic you'd think this is one item that wouldn't be available but it's true. The Girl Scouts have million of unsold cookies.
Worlds of Fun Cutting Back Due to Staffing Shortages
It's not just in our local area, Worlds of Fun in Kansas City is also feeling the pinch of staffing shortages as they cut back their days of operation this summer.
Will Overdraft Fees Soon Be a Thing of the Past With Your Local Bank?
I've had a few times in my life when the stars didn't align right and I had more money going out of my checking account than what was going in; thus, I got hit with overdraft fees and did it ever may matters worse! So what if your local bank decided to do away with the overdraft fees?
Four Missouri Students Advance in Scripps National Spelling Bee
Remember back in grade school when you'd have to learn how to spell words. For some it was difficult, and for others it seemed like it was a breeze. I guess I was fortunate to be able to spell those words correctly. In fact, I was the third grade spelling bee champ!
Population Trends — Up or Down in West Central Missouri?
As a community, Sedalia and Pettis County, has seen a lot of industrial growth in the past few years. So what does that mean as far as population growth? Are we seeing more residents in the area or is it on a decline?
Former Sedalia Resident to Be Featured on NBC’s Dateline
Toby Dorr, a former resident of Sedalia, used to go by another name, Toby Young. In 2006, Toby gained notoriety after helping an inmate escape from the Lansing, Kansas Correctional Facility. This Friday, June 11, that story will be featured on the nighttime NBC news program, Dateline.
Allergies Kickin’ Your Behind? Get in Line (And Grab a Kleenex)!
It's the most wonderful time of the year...unless you're an allergy sufferer in Missouri! For those of us that have suffered year after year from the pollen, ragweed, and who knows what is floating in the air, we feel your pain.
What Does Lee Brice, Casey’s, and Free Concert in Sedalia Have in Common?
If you've pulled up to a local Casey's you may have seen a poster with details on how you can team with Lee Brice and Casey's for not only some great food specials but also the possibility of a chance to go to a Lee Brice concert or even the opportunity for your hometown to host a con…