I was born in Kansas City and grew up in the Chicago suburbs and I'm happy to be working in the state of my birth, Missouri. I've been married to Kathy for 17 years and we're the proud parents of a rescued Greyhound named JJ. I root for the Royals and Cubs, don't put ketchup on hot dogs and never met a pizza I didn't like.
SFCC New Theatre Season Ranges from Serious to Silly
State Fair Community College has announced their 2021-2022 Theatre Season which ranges from the serious to the silly and all the emotions in-between.
Kansas City Man Dies After Attending Party on Pine Street
A Kansas City man was shot in the parking lot on the northwest corner of Washington and Pine Street around midnight Sunday January 17.
You Can Take Batting Practice at Busch Stadium
The Cardinals are giving fans the opportunity to take batting practice at Busch Stadium this March.
Kelce Wins Walter Payton Man of the Year Fan Challenge
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce won the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Fan Challenge.
Sedalia Parks Sets Mom-Son and Daddy-Daughter Date Nights
Sedalia Parks & Recreation has set dates for their father - daughter date night and their mother - son date night this spring.
Bothwell’s Wear Red for Women Luncheon Goes Virtual
The Wear Red for Women Luncheon is going virtual. The event raises money for AED's throughout Sedalia while increasing awareness about heart disease in women.
Warrensburg Parks Offering Spring Break Camp for Kids
When parents have to work while their kids are off from school keeping them occupied can be difficult. Warrrensburg Parks and Rec Spring Break Camp can help.
The Sedalia Salvation Army Wants Your Gently Used Blankets
The Sedalia Salvation Army is holding a blanket and non perishable food drive at the CVS Pharmacy on January 22.
Preregister for the COVID Vaccine in Pettis County
The Pettis County Health Center is preregistering people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Pettis County. The form is available on their website.
Opinion: I’m Not Surprised States Are Resisting Restrictions
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage states are resisting more restrictions. I'm not surprised, I always believed we only got one chance to shut down.