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.
‘Chicks with Hits’ Announced as Next Concert at MO State Fair
The next concert of the 2019 Missouri State Fair concert series has been announced.
North Central Sedalia Water Line Extension Project to Begin Soon
The City of Sedalia will begin the third in a series of water line replacement and extension projects on Monday, April 22 in the north central part of town.
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church to Present Living Last Supper
St. Paul's Lutheran Church will present the 14th annual Living Last Supper and Living Crucifixion in Sedalia on April 16 and 17.
SPCUW Providing Survey to Identify Issue-Based Needs
The United Way of Pettis County Board has developed a survey which is seeking feedback from area residents to help identify issue and focused-based needs.
Cole Camp Member Named Missouri ‘State Youth of the Year’ Winner
BGCWCM says 17-year old Jazzmine Jones will now go on to compete at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Midwest Regional Youth of the Year competition, to be held in July.
SHS Math-A-Thon Raises Over $9K for St. Jude Cancer Patients
Sacred Heart elementary students continued the tradition of helping to save lives through the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Math-A-Thon, by raising over $9,000.
BRHC to Host Safe Sitter Education Class April 13
Bothwell Regional Health Center will host a Safe Sitter babysitting education class on Saturday, April 13.
MSHP Reminds Motorists to Share the Road with Farm Machinery
With spring in the air and temperatures warming up, farmers throughout Missouri will be busy planting crops & moving livestock, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol is reminding all motorists to share the roadways and watch for farm-machinery traffic.
Sedalia Police Department to Host ‘Drug Take Back Day’
The Sedalia Police Department is partnering with the DEA later this month to host a National Drug Take Back Day.
2 Clinton Men Arrested for Property Damage and Stealing
Clinton Police recently arrested two men after an investigation into stealing and property damage at Wilder RV.