KWIXLand This Morning Interviews

KWIXLand This Morning

8/23 MoDOT Area Engineer Brian Untiedt on STIP and benefits of the chip seal process on road.

8/22 Director Rachel Grime and teen and young adult librarian Taylor Beckett look ahead to the open house at the Moberly Library.


8/21 Republican Jeff Henke reacts to his Linn County sherriff special election victory. Henke is a Marceline graduate who served the last four years as a Brookfield Police Department sergeant and K-9 handler after three years in the Linn County Sheriff’s Office.

8/20 Elizabeth Avery, the Vice President for Youth Services at Burrell Behaviorial Health, talked about the services they offer at 27 school districts.

8/19 Jim Whiting, with Saving Dogs 4 Paws at a Time, will discuss their limits in taking in dogs and tells a story of how they were able to play a part in reuniting a dog in Oregon with the owner in Moberly.

8/16 Atina Roberts, Director of Randolph County United Way, looks ahead to events ahead of the campaign kickoff.

8/14 Sam Richardson, the Director of the Moberly Area Technical Center, will talk about the new school year, enrollment and the courses that are offered.

8/9  Dr. David Fincher, the President of Central Christian College of the Bible, talks about the new academic year.

8/9 Randolph County Sheriff Mark Nichols, who announced earlier this week that he will be retiring after this term, joins us to talk about his career.

8/9 Moberly Parks and Recreation Department Director Troy Bock will talk about work at the athletic complex, the Last Splash, and upgrades to Fox Park.

8/7 Regional Coordinator for the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, Darren White, talks about how the food drive at the State Fair and the Buddy Pack program.

8/7 Sergeant Eric Brown with the Highway Patrol will pass along some back to school safety advice, and will talk about the State Fair.

8/7 Shannon Crist, Director of Dual Credit, Recruitment & Special Events at MACC, will talk about the dual credit offerings, and the advantages of taking college classes, while students are still in high school.

8/6 State Senator Cindy O’Laughlin talks about the first interim committee meeting dealing with tax credits.

8/6 Former State Representative Craig Redmon, who is now the Director of the Missouri Division of Energy, will talk about some of the resources that are available to municipalities across the state.

8/5 Area Officer with the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins, talks about a change in Agent Orange and Blue Water benefits.

8/2 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer made his monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.

8/1 The Randolph County Commissioners made their monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.

7/30 Fire Chief George Albert joined us for the live Moberly City Manager’s report.

7/24 Congressman Sam Graves talks about funding for the project to replace the deteriorating I-70 bridge near Rocheport, USMCA and how people can get information on assistance following the flooding.

7/23 Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler on defense funding and last week’s vote in the House, concerning the President.

7/18 Dezmond Cooper, supervisor for Midwest Sports and Turf Systems, discusses the turf project at Moberly High School’s Dr. Larry K. Noel-Spartan Stadium.

7/12 Interim RCDDS Director Julie Dougherty previews the annual picnic in September, gives an update of RCDDS operations and look ahead to an upcoming trip to Washington DC for a few clients of the sheltered workshop where they will promote disability awareness and sheltered employment.

6/24 Senator Roy Blunt made several stops in this area on Saturday to talk about everything from farming, to flooding and Iran.

6/22 Interview with Miss Missouri, Simone Esters of Columbia.