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.
An Opportunity to Tap Your Own Maple Syrup
This winter, enjoy a New England “sugar bush” experience right in your own Missouri backyard or woodlot. Missouri, too, has sugar maple trees (Acer saccharum), which many Northeasterners use for making delicious maple syrup and sugar.
Annual Catch-And-Keep Season at Trout Parks Coming Up March 1
According to a press release from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), MDC staff are stocking more than 21,000 trout for opening day and 800,000 for the season.
Here’s How To Keep Your Valentine’s Day Flowers Fresh
If your sweetie gave you flowers for Valentine’s Day, here is how to keep them fresh and to get the most out of them.
Three Schools in Missouri Will Each Be Gifted A $100,000
So what's the catch you say? No catch, just an opportunity for three Missouri schools to be gifted $100,000 for demonstrating leadership in getting and keeping their students fit.
$1 Million Pledge for UCM Airport Development
In a story from the UCM website, the Sunderland foundation has pledged a $1M gift to the UCM Foundation toward construction of a state-of-the-art terminal and flight education facility at UCM’s Max B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport.
Cardinals vs. Cubs in…London?
You read it right. St. Louis and Chicago are in the running for games to be played in London next year. Major Leage Baseball is considering the game.
Grants for High School Fishing Clubs Offered by the MDC
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is offering grants to assist high school fishing clubs in providing quality fishing programs for their members.
Area Girls in First State Wrestling Tournament in Missouri
Girl's wrestling is new for the 2018-19 high school season in the Show-Me state. 144 girls made history by qualifying for the first state wrestling tournament in Missouri.
Here’s Why Paper Cuts Hurt So Much
Ever get a paper cut and wonder why in the dickens that thing hurts so much? We've finally found the answer to this age-old question.
UCM Mules Baseball Picked First in MIAA Preseason Poll
According to a report from UCMathletics.com, the reigning MIAA Tournament Champions Central Missouri Mules Baseball was picked to finish first in the MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll.