KWIXLand This Morning Interviews

KWIXLand This Morning

6/25 Moberly Police Chief Troy Link joined us to talk about the 4th of July Exrtravaganza and traffic control.

6/24 Walter Haley, from Haley Fireworks, joins us to discuss fireworks safety ahead of the 4th of July.

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.

6/20 State Representative Tim Remole, who is chairman of the House Conservation and Natural Resources Committee, conducted a meeting in southeast Missouri, dealing with the feral hog problem. He will talk about the meeting, and how large of a problem this has become.

6/14 It’s our monthly Randolph County SB-40 program. Interim Executive Director Julie Dougherty will join us to provide an update on the new case management staff at RCDDS, and Brittany Price from ICAN will look ahead to the upcoming Kid’s Camp in July.

6/13 Linda Peterson, administrator of the Higbee Senior Center, discusses the decision to suspend operations.

6/13 Rachel Grime and Ashlee Martin from Little Dixie Regional Libraries.

6/12 Regional Coordinator, Darren White, with the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.

6/11 Artistic Director, Todd Davison, looks at the first two shows at Maples Repertory Theatre in Macon; “The Full Monty” and “The Savannah Sipping Society”

6/7 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer made his monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.

6/6 The Randolph County Commissioners made their monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.

6/4 We will talk with Governor Mike Parson and Senator Cindy O’Laughlin who toured the flood damage in Hannibal, Clarksville and Canton on Monday.

6/3 Area Officer for the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins, discusses the replacement program for VA Choice as a result of the Mission Act of 2018.

5/29 Local Storyteller J.W. Ballinger with History on the Radio, presented by the Randolph County Historical Society. The topic is bakeries.

5/28: Diana Taylor, Healthy Families America Supervisor. with the Randolph County Health Department, was our guest on the MRMC Doctor’s Office.

5/24 New Area Engineer, Brian Untiedt on our monthly MoDOT program.

5/21 We talked about how law enforcement agencies and procedures are the same and different from state to state. We will be joined in studio by Sergeant Eric Brown with the Highway Patrol, and on the phone by Sergeant Tony Slocum, from the Indiana State Police. Both are public information officers with their agencies.

5/17 Randolph County United Way Director Atina Roberts says grant applications are underway.

5/16 We hear from a couple of administrators in the Moberly School District, who will become building level principals in the new academic year. Tammy Berneking will be the Principal at Gratz Brown Elementary, and Dave Samuel will be Principal at North Park Elementary.

5/15 Moberly Main Street Director Diane Richardson responds to concerns in a Missouri Main Street assessment, and gives details on changes for the Farmers Market.

5/15 Public Works Director Tom Sanders will talk about the different types of street work that is taking place, during the Moberly City Manager’s report.

5/14 Tabitha Dickey talked about physical therapy and dry needling on the MRMC Doctor’s Office.

5/13 Great Life Golf’s Josh Black talks about taking over the operations of Heritage Hills Golf Course in Moberly.

5/8 Congressman Sam Graves will talk about the recent flooding, the budget, and the infrastructure proposal.
5/8 Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Stephanie Luntsford will talk about how the process works from a crime being committed, to someone being arrested, to charges being filed, and bond set.

4/9 Jorgi McNamara discusses her resignation as Director of RCDDS and looks back her over seven years in Randolph County and how taxpayer dollars have provided support through SB-40.