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Blast From Sedalia Radio Past: Bruce
We have been bringing back some of the voices of Sedalia radio's past in the last week. We have caught up with Tina Sapp, The Treecerman and now we catch up with Bruce, who was the morning show host for KIX 105 and 92.3 Bob-FM from September 2006 until April of 2013.
Top 10 Stories of Doug Sokolowski
It has been a great pleasure to bring news updates over the course of 16 years. There are so many stories that have been covered that were either fun to do or serious to our area. 16-years has flown by in a blink of an eye, but these stories have stood out and rank in the Top 10 of the Townsquare Me…
The Missouri State Highway Patrol Investigates Two Accidents In Area
The following Missouri State Highway Patrol report is from the morning of Thursday, December 10th, 2015.
Blast From Sedalia Radio Past: Paul Aberli
The Blast From Sedalia Radio Past continues on this week. 16-years-ago, in 1999, I was hired by Paul Aberli to do weekends on what was then Today's Best Hits FM 92, Today's Best Country KIX 105 and Sedalia's Voice, Sedalia's Choice KSIS.
Blast From the Sedalia Radio Past: Tina Sapp
This week has been a great last week for me so far. I've had the opportunity to bring back some of our friends for a little blast from past.
Bring Back Voices From the Past: The Treecerman
This week I thought it would be fun to bring back some of our voices from the past and find out what they are up to with my final day on Friday, December 11. I know each of them you loved over the years on Better Country KIX 105, 92.3 Bob-FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS.
One Person Dead After Fire In Sedalia Over The Weekend
There were two fires over the course of the weekend, one that was linked to a death.
Bailey Curry of Sedalia Wins KCP&L Community MVP Scholarship
KCP&L is excited to announce the winners of the first annual KCP&L Community MVP Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is for teens, ages 13 to 18, who give back to their communities. More than 130 nominations were submitted from all across the KCP&L region. Ten finali…
Missouri State Highway Patrol Investigates Two Accidents in Johnson County
The following Missouri State Highway Patrol reports are from the morning of Thursday, December 3, 2015.
Sedalia Police Investigate A Vehicle Hitting A Home
Sedalia Police investigated an accident that occurred early this morning (December 2) around 2. A vehicle traveled into the front of a home in the area of East 10th and South Hancock. The drivers of the vehicle fled the scene and have not been located as of our morning news.