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.
Back in 2017 These Businesses Opened in Sedalia
It's amazing how time passes so quickly. Every year new businesses come to town, and some older businesses close up shop. But this caught me off guard. It was 2017 when these business opened in Sedalia . Here's a look at some the new businesses that opened that year.
Flash Flood Watch in Effect for Area
Widespread moderate to heavy rainfall (2-4") over central Missouri will lead to possible flooding of rivers, creeks, and low-lying areas. A flash flood watch is in effect until 7pm Tuesday evening.
Almost $128 Million in Federal Assistance for 2019 Disasters in MO
If we take a step back and forget about what's been going in the last weeks and months across the nation and the world, we can reflect back to 2019 and how Missouri was impacted from natural disasters.
Exit Rain…Enter Sunshine and Humid Conditions for Your Thursday
A rather large, wet and stormy weather system moved through the area overnight and as it exits to the east, more sunshine and muggy conditions back in the picture.
SAFM Offering Modified Walk Up Market this Friday
The Sedalia Area Farmer's Market will operate as a modified walk-up market staarting Friday, June 5. As of May 1 the SAFM was a drive-thru market in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chances of Showers/T-Storms Dot the Forecast
Warm temperatures with muggy conditions are expected through the week. Daily heat indices may reach between 90 and 95 degrees each day this week. There is some uncertainty regarding timing and placement of mid to late week thunderstorms, so that will introduce some uncertainty in daily temperatures …
Fishing Lures-How Do Colors Make a Difference?
If you've had the opportunity to hit area ponds, streams, and/or lakes this spring you've encountered different types of water. When you fished those bodies of water, did you know the color of your lure could make a difference depending on the color of the water where you were fishing?
Where Can You Get A Good Burger? Our Facebook’ers Responded!
Yesterday was National Burger Day so I posted a question on the KIX 105.7 Facebook page-"What's your favorite place in the area for a hamburger?" We got some great responses.
More Rain Expected for the Next Three Days
As we skipped through the Memorial Day weekend with a few showers and we get ready to finish up the last week of May, rain chances will continue through Thursday.
MO 4-H’ers Exceed 250,000-Meal Food Drive Goal
Coming up with nearly 300,000 meals to feed hungry families. So what has your youngster been doing in the past few weeks?