I'm from a small town in Missouri of just under 4,000 people. Because of this, stoplights in larger towns still freak me out a little. Stereotypical female driver here. I'll forever be asking, which lane am I supposed to be in? Somehow, though, I get by. Music was always heard while I was growing up. I learned at an early age that there was a song for every mood or emotion I was feeling. As a matter of fact, I can't remember there ever being a day that I didn't hear music as a child and I still love all types genres. I fell in love with radio as soon as I produced my first ad. I love the production side of the business (putting commercials together by playing with sound effects, voices and background music). I'd always heard if you love what you do it doesn't feel like work. I didn't know that statement could be true until a studio became my workstation. “The world is full of nice people. If you can't find one, be one. “ ~ Nishan Panwar
Brantley Gilbert Visits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Millions of fans love Brantley Gilbert for, quite possibly, a million different reasons. Covered in tattoos and singing the country songs that make hearts swoon are only two of those reasons. How about one for the books? Brantley Gilbert gets serious while supporting a great cause - St. Jude!
Camp Valor Outdoors Veterans Patriot Ride
Veterans have given so much to all and it’s time to give back to them, Sunday, May 14, at the Camp Valor Outdoors 2016 Patriot Ride.
Sedalia Swimming Pools to Open in May [Interview]
With the warmer weather and summer vacations starting for kids in the area, families look forward to outdoor activities. Area swimming pools are getting ready to open their doors to the public.
Warrensburg Veterans Home Scramble For Freedom Golf Tourament [Interview]
The Thirteenth Annual Scramble for Freedom Golf Tournament, sponsored by West Central Veterans Assistance League, to benefit the Warrensburg Veterans Home will take place Sunday, June 5 at Royal Oaks Golf Course at Whiteman Air Force Base in Knob Noster.
Mental Health Professionals Join Memory Lane Foundation, Sedalia [Interview]
Memory Lane Foundation for Suicide Prevention has now recruited the help of two clinicians for its monthly meetings.
The City of Sedalia Yard of the Month Contest and Show-Me Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale
The City of Sedalia will be conducting its Yard of the Month contest for the months of May, June and July.
Mother’s Day at Sedalia’s Daum Museum of Contemporary Art [Interview]
The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art in Sedalia will host a special free event for mothers this Sunday for Mother's Day.
Animal F.A.I.R. – Sedalia [Interview]
Melissa Gettis from Animal F.A.I.R. (Foundation for Animals In Risk) spoke with us about fostering animals and how Animal F.A.I.R. operates.
The Sedalia Animal Shelter
Andrea Martin, Director of the Sedalia Animal Shelter, debunks some stigmas attached to shelters.
Sedalia 200 School District Big Band Dance [Interview]
Grant Maledy, Director of Bands for the Sedalia 200 School District, stopped by the studio to let us know about the upcoming Big Band Dance.