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.
Four Arrested in Northeast Missouri Drug Raid
Police in Hannibal have announced the arrests of four suspects as part of an effort to fight heroin distribution in the city.
Three Seriously Injured in Johnson County Accident
An accident around 5:15 a.m. on March 10 in Johnson County led to serious injuries for three people.
Trespassing Incident Under Investigation at Smith-Cotton Jr. High
Administration contacted the School Resource Officers and reported that a man had been observed trespassing on the Smith-Cotton Jr. High School campus.
Where Can You Get the Best Fast Food Fish Sandwich in Sedalia? [Vote!]
Pretty much every fast food chain has a fish sandwich on the menu during Lent, even if it's not a regular item during the rest of the year. Who has the best?
The Fonz is Coming to Kansas City, and You Could Meet Him!
Eyy! Henry Winkler, AKA Arthur Fonzarelli, AKA "The Fonz" will be a special guest at Kansas City's Planet Comicon March 29-31!
SFCC’s Golden Gala to Include Auction of Gold Jewelry…and a Puppy!
The State Fair Community College Foundation's Golden Gala is on Saturday, March 30.
Man Assaulted and Robbed in Rural Warrensburg, Two Arrested
Two men were arrested in connection with the robbery and assault of a 74-year-old in rural Warrensburg on March 1.
Two Arrested After Stolen Vehicle Pursued in Johnson County
A high speed chase on March 1 led to two arrests in Johnson County.
The Top Home Design Trends for 2019, and One That Didn’t Make the List
Are you planning on doing any redecorating or redesigning in 2019? Here's what's trendy this year, according to the experts.
Sedalia Area Crime Reports for March 4, 2019
Sedalia Police say a small amount of methamphetamine, a syringe, and drug paraphernalia were discovered during a traffic stop on March 1.