KWIXLand This Morning Interviews

KWIXLand This Morning

2/15 Randolph County United Way Director Atina Roberts on some history, current programs, and a mother-son dance coming in March.
2/14 Little Dixie Regional Libraries Director Rachel Grime discussses what the Friends of the Library do to support the libraries.
2/12 Scott McGarvey gives an update on what is happening at the historic 4th Street Theatre in downtown Moberly.
2/12 Captain Charlie Peel with the Southeastern Randolph Fire Protection District talked about Saturday’s recognition banquet.
2/11 Moberly Area Chamber of Commerce Report with Director Megan Schmitt and Tourism Specialist Michelle Greenwell.
2/8 Representative Chuck Bayse will discuss a bill he has introduced to extend insurance coverage to children with developmental disabilities, along with Jorgi McNamara and Kit Brewer on the Randolph County SB-40 program.
2/6 Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri when Regional Coordinator Darren White talks about the Float Your Boat, Stamp Out Hunger, and the Buddy Pack program.

2/5 Billy Meachum, Volunteer Coordinator for Safe Passage, discusses Teen Violence Awareness Month.

2/5 Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler spent several hours MOnday meeting with State Representatives and Senators in her Congressional District, discussing a variety of issues. She will discuss the meeting, along the the Federal Government being open again, and recent bills passed in New York and Virginia.

2/4 Area Officer for the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins.

2/1 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer made his monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.

1/31 Bob sits down with the Randolph County Commissioners.
1/30 History on the Radio. Local storyteller J.W. Ballinger looks at the history of taverns in Moberly and, leading into Black History Month, looks at the life of Melvin Tolson.
1/29 Moberly Public Works Director Tom Sanders and Dan Buckley from Advanced Disposal talked about some of the changes coming to the trash and recycling program.
1/25 Area Engineer Brian Haeffner was our guest on our monthly MoDot segment.

1/23 Bob visits with Deacon Windsor, the current high school principal at South Shelby, who has been chosen to serve as the new superintendent at the Marion County R-2 School District.

1/22 Karen Berding who is a national trainer for the Parents As Teachers Program, will talk about the importance of early childhood education, and an effort in the legislature to place more emphasis on early childhood education.

1/22 Nancy Reinhart, the Cath Lab Director, joined us on the MRMC Doctor’s Office program. The topic was Heart Health.

1/21 Jim Whiting, with Saving Dogs 4 Paws At A Time, looks ahead to a couple events and recaps what the group has done.

1/16 Main Street Moberly Director Diane Richardson looks ahead to their annual meeting and banquet, and a big fundraiser.
1/15 Centralia Superintendent Darin Ford announced that he will be retiring at the end of the year.

1/9 Congressman Sam Graves talked about border security and the infrastructure bill.

1/9 Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler talked about the President’s address earlier this week, and a need for increased border security.

12/20 Host Lee Habeeb joined us to preview his show “Our American Stories” which starts January 1st on KWIX and will air weekdays from 2-4:00.

10/19 Joe Moore, Associate Professor of Communications at the University of Central Missouri, has written a book titled “Show-Me Sportscasters”, which includes broadcasters across the state including Cardinals TV man Dan McLaughlin, the Royals’ Ryan LeFebre, Mizzou’s Mike Kelly and even our own Brad Boyer. Proceeds from his book will go to Show-Me Christian Youth Homes.