KWIXLand This Morning Interviews

KWIXLand This Morning

4/18 Candace Rodman, Randolph County Engagement specialist for University Extension, discusses the many class offerings that she has.

4/18 On the open line we were joined by Missourinet News Director Brian Hauswirth.

4/17 Main Street Moberly Director Diane Richardson joined us to talk about a number of upcoming events.

4/15 Jim Whiting and Gena Zelade with Saving Dogs 4 Paws at a Time, on some upcoming events and dogs available for adoption.

4/12 April is Autism Awareness Month. On our Randolph County SB-40 program we were joined by Case Management Director Julie Dougherty and Nicki Soendker from Unfinish3d Pieces.

4/11 Little Dixie Regional Libraries Director Rachel Grime and new Young Adult and Adult Services Librarian Taylor Beckett.

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.

4/9 Scott McGarvey previews what’s happening at the historic 4th Street Theatre in Moberly, including the Pretty In Pink Girls Night Out.

4/8 Moberly Area Chamber of Commerce Director Megan Schmitt and Tourism Specialist Michelle Greenwell.

4/5 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer made his monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.

4/4 The Randolph County Commissioners joined us for their monthly program.

4/3 Regional Coordinator for the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, Darren White, on Kids Helping Kids Day and Stamp Out Hunger.

4/2 Pat Connors, CEO of a start-up natural food company called Moberly Natural Crush, LLC, talks about the plant and a series of meetings for prospective investors.

4/1 Area Officer for the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins.

3/29 Andy Bailey, the Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill, put on a storm spotter class in Moberly.

3/28 The Moberly-Randolph County League of Women Voters candidates forum.

3/27 On our History of the Radio show, local storyteller J.W. Ballinger tells the story of the First Christian Church in Moberly, as the church gets set to celebrate its 150th anniversary.

3/26 Randolph County Presiding Commissioner John Truesdell and Moberly City Manager Brian Crane talk about the 911 ballot issue.

3/22 MoDOT Area Engineer Brian Haeffner discusses preparations for flooding, the pipeline explosion that cooked Highway 15 north of Mexico, and a sidewalk project in Atlanta.

3/21 The Old Farmers Almanac Garden Guide for 2019 is on newstands. Editorial Assistant, Benjamin Kilbride joined us.

3/13 Dr. Steven Chancellor, the new superintendent at Centralia, will talk about his time at Purdy, and his move to this area.

3/6 Moberly Public Works Director Tom Sanders talked about the new trash and recycling program that is beginning in Moberly, and the distribution of the carts to residents.

3/6 1996 Moberly High School graduate, Jack Miller addressed the Moberly Rotary Club’s 34th Top Ten Percent Banquet Tuesday night. We caught up with him, and talked about the advice he passed along to the students.

3/5 Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe toured a bridge in La Plata to promote the “Focus on Bridges” Proposal.

3/1 Ted Sander, the Chairman of the Moberly Special Road District, talked about what the winter weather has done to the roads they are responsible for.

2/26 Utilities Director Mary West-Calcagno joined us for the live Moberly City Manager’s Report.

2/22 On our monthly MoDOT segment, a couple maintenance workers Derwin Heater from Hallsville and Ronnie Sotello from Salisbury will join Marisa Christy-Kerns in studio, to talk about an accident they were involved in last year in Randolph County, where they were hit by a distracted driver while they were in a MoDOT truck.

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 LeFevbre, Mizzou’s Mike Kelly and even our own Brad Boyer. Proceeds from his book will go to Show-Me Christian Youth Homes.