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.
Worlds of Fun Cutting Back Due to Staffing Shortages
It's not just in our local area, Worlds of Fun in Kansas City is also feeling the pinch of staffing shortages as they cut back their days of operation this summer.
Will Overdraft Fees Soon Be a Thing of the Past With Your Local Bank?
I've had a few times in my life when the stars didn't align right and I had more money going out of my checking account than what was going in; thus, I got hit with overdraft fees and did it ever may matters worse! So what if your local bank decided to do away with the overdraft fees?
Former S-C Football Player Named to College All-District Team
Brad Grupe, kicker for the Arkansas State Red Wolves and a former graduate and kicker on the Sedalia Smith-Cotton football team, received honors as being selected to the 2020-21 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District 6 Football Team as a first-team selection.
When Parents Accidentally Left You Behind/The Stories Revealed!
At some point in most of our lives either we had our parents do this or someone you know had parents that accidentally drove off and left their child behind. It might've been at a fair, a family get-together, or church, but most likely you've got a story you could share...
$23 a Month to Watch the Kansas City Royals?
If you're a major league baseball fan, you would hope you could sit down in front of the TV and watch your baseball team. For years the Kansas City Royals and the St. Louis Cardinals have been available to watch on most cable and satellite services under FOX Sports. Now that Bally Sports, owned…
Four Missouri Students Advance in Scripps National Spelling Bee
Remember back in grade school when you'd have to learn how to spell words. For some it was difficult, and for others it seemed like it was a breeze. I guess I was fortunate to be able to spell those words correctly. In fact, I was the third grade spelling bee champ!
Population Trends-Up or Down in West Central Missouri?
As a community, Sedalia and Pettis County, has seen a lot of industrial growth in the past few years. So what does that mean as far as population growth? Are we seeing more residents in the area or is it on a decline?
The Night My Friends & I Snuck Out at Night at Boys State in Warrensburg
We received notification at the radio station via email that the 2021 American Legion Boys State of Missouri will begin this Saturday, June 12 and run thru June 19. Thinking back, I remember a time when three of my friends and I decided to skip a scheduled assembly one evening and headed into downto…
Snowflakes Are Shaped Differently, What About Raindrops?
We've seen the pictures of snowflakes magnified showing the different symmetrical shapes. So what about raindrops, do you think they are all shaped differently?
Former Sedalia Resident to Be Featured on NBC’s Dateline
Toby Dorr, a former resident of Sedalia, used to go by another name, Toby Young. In 2006, Toby gained notoriety after helping an inmate escape from the Lansing, Kansas Correctional Facility. This Friday, June 11, that story will be featured on the nighttime NBC news program, Dateline.