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.
Columbia Man Pleads Guilty to Arson at Planned Parenthood Clinic
A 42-year old man from Columbia, MO, recently pleaded guilty in federal court to the arson at the Columbia Health Center (operated by Planned Parenthood Great Plains) on February 10, 2019.
Thanksgiving Lighting Ceremony & Fireworks at Hotel Bothwell
The annual Hotel Bothwell Thanksgiving Night Christmas Lighting Ceremony and Fireworks Extravaganza will take place November 28.
Deceased Man Found in Ditch in Clinton, MO
Clinton Police officers were recently dispatched to a report of a deceased person lying in a ditch beside a roadway.
Shop Local in Sedalia for Small Business Saturday
The City of Sedalia is inviting all resident to Sedalia’s Small Business Saturday on November 30.
SFCC Music Arts to Present Holiday Concerts
State Fair Community College Music Arts program will host their holiday concerts December 6 and 7.
SFCC to Host Jingle on the Green Dec. 5
State Fair Community College will again host Jingle on the Green this year.
Farrells Honored for Commitment to Higher Education
John and Lynn Farrell, owners of John Farrell Real Estate Company, were presented the Award of Distinction by the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) last week in Kansas City.
Missouri AG Warns of Uptick in Medical Brace Fraud Robocalls
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is warning Missourians about a recent increase in robocalls purporting to be a Medicare representative.
Sedalia Rotary Club to Host Trivia Night Friday
The Sedalia Rotary Club's 2nd annual Trivia Night will take place Friday, November 15 at Best Western.
Former Greenwood Police Chief Indicted for Violating Civil Rights
The former police chief of Greenwood, MO, was recently indicted by a federal grand jury for violating the civil rights of a person he assaulted while handcuffed and restrained.