I’ve been working in radio for about 10 years. It started as a part-time weekend job as a student at State Fair Community College in the mid-2000s. I eventually transferred to UCM in Warrensburg where I worked at the campus radio station for about a year. After UCM, I moved back to Sedalia and had the opportunity to work at Townsquare Media. I absolutely love being a part of the Sedalia community and listening to 90s alternative music. In my free time, I attempt to play the guitar (attempt being the operative word). I also enjoy reading and catching up on movies that have been out for 10+ years that I'm seeing for the first time. Mostly I’m a huge nerd who has an undying love for Star Wars and Lord of the Rings.
Knob Noster State Park to Host Hallow Fest
Everyone in the area is invited to attend the 5th Annual Hallow Fest which will take place from 4:00 till 8:30 p.m. The event will be held at the Bobwhite Group Camp located off Highway DD.
Patrol Reminds Motorists to Watch Out for Deer on Roadways
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is reminding all drivers that deer are more active and create hazards for Missouri motorists this time of year.
Holiday Mail for Heroes
The American Red Cross is hosting a nationwide effort that offers businesses and community entities the opportunity to provide holiday cards to Armed Services members who are wounded, ill or injured.
Sedalia Woman Seriously Injured in Pettis Co Wreck
A 27-year old Sedalia woman serious injuries early Monday morning in a two-vehicle wreck in Pettis County.
Sacred Heart Bazaar Slated for Oct. 13-14
The annual Sacred Heart Bazaar is slated for October 13 & 14 in Sedalia.
2 Men Arrested after Burglary Investigation in Moniteau Co
Two men were arrested last week in Moniteau County after deputies responded to a possible burglary in progress.
House Search Results in Moniteau Co Drug Arrest
Moniteau County authorities recently arrested one woman for possession of meth after searching a home in Moniteau County.
Smith-Cotton Homecoming Activities Set for Oct. 5 – 6
The 2018 Smith-Cotton High School Homecoming game and activities is slated for October 5 and 6.
Motorists, Farmers Urged to Use Caution During Harvest Season
Fall has arrived which also means harvesting time for Missouri farmers. The Missouri State Highway Patrol is reminding drivers to expect heavier farm machinery traffic on roadways.
Clinton Man Arrested after Firing Shots into Vehicles, Business
On Friday (Sept 21), a 68-year old Clinton man was arrested at his residence after an altercation at the Hidden Lakes Restaurant and Bar.