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.
12 Photos from Saturday’s Protest in Sedalia
The photos KSIS 1050 News Anchor Randy Kirby took at the Black Lives Matter protest in Sedalia is providing Rob some hope.
Pettis County Adopts State COVID-19 Health Order
Pettis County adopts State Public Health Order on COVID-19.
Sedalia Parks Offering Junior Lifeguard Camp for Kids 11-14
Sedalia Parks and Recreation has an interesting summer camp for strong swimmers ages eleven to fourteen.
Is COVID-19 Driving a Push for the 4 Day Workweek?
The coronavirus has the four day workweek in the news. And New Zealand's Prime Minister may have found just the reason to implement it. Even here in the U.S.
Sedalia Parks Gets Green-light for Pools and Sports
Sedalia Parks and Recreation announces June plans. Outlines COVID-19 changes to keep community safe.
Give Blood Tuesday June 9
Every four minutes someone in the area needs a blood transfusion. That's why you should consider donating blood to Community Blood Center on Tuesday June 9.
Kansas City / Texas Based Record Store Coming to Sedalia
I was excited to learn that Josey Records, A Dallas, Texas based record store will soon be opening a store in the Lamy Building here in Sedalia.
What the CDC Is Saying About Face Masks
There seems to be some confusion about whether face masks are helpful or not in regards to COVID-19. Here's what the Centers for Disease Control has to say on face masks and the coronavirus.
Latest CDC Guidance: COVID-19 Not Spread Easily on Surfaces
The latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that the coronavirus is not spread easily by contaminated surfaces.
Community Invited to Honor Local Veteran at Funeral
The public has been invited to honor Paul Edwin Hammock's service in the Air Force from 1968 - 1972 at his funeral in Columbia May 20.