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.
Clarendon Road to Temporarily Close Beginning Oct. 7
Part of Clarendon Road in Sedalia will be closed beginning Monday morning.
Heber Hunt Names Character Kids for September
Heber Hunt Elementary School has named its Character Kids for September.
2 Injured, 1 Arrested after Benton County Wreck
Two people were injured and one arrested Wednesday night after a wreck in Benton County.
Knob Noster State Park to Host 6th Annual Hallow Fest
Area residents will have the opportunity to celebrate Halloween a bit early at Knob Noster State during the annual Hallow Fest on October 19.
Windsor Man Arrested after Fleeing, Crashing Vehicle
A 35-year old man from Windsor was recently arrested by Henry County authorities after fleeing and then crashing his vehicle.
Flag Donated by President Truman Family Preparing for UCM Display
A flag that has ties back to President Harry S Truman was recently the subject of a folding ceremony conducted by Army ROTC cadets as a step toward putting it on public display at the University of Central Missouri McClure Archives and University Museum in the James C. Kirkpatrick Library in Warrens…
UPDATE: Osceola Man Taken into Custody
UPDATE: 35-year old Casey Dewayne Slaughter, of Osceola, has been taken into custody in the Calhoun area.
Animal Cruelty Case Investigated in Benton County
According to a press release from the Benton County Sheriff's Office, Steven Woodington was housing 278 dogs in unfit and severely inhumane conditions in Texas and transporting the animals to the Cole Camp location.
MoDOT: Watch Out for Farm Machinery During Harvest Season
The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is reminding motorists to use caution and share the roads with farm machinery during the autumn harvest season.
Portion of S. Barrett Ave Closed for Roadwork
The City of Sedalia Water Division’s contractor is scheduled to complete connection work in the area of S. Barrett Ave. north of the intersection with W. Broadway Blvd on Monday and Tuesday.