KWIXLand This Morning Interviews

KWIXLand This Morning

8/21 Moberly Utilities Director Mary West-Calcagno talks about the importance of Thursday’s public meeting from 6 until 8 at City Hall, dealing with the Storm Water Management Plan.

8/21 Moberly Public Works Director Tom Sanders talks about the Fly in at the Omar Bradley Airport on September 8

8/21 Scott McGarvey gives an update on what is happening at the historic 4th Street Theatre at 8:32.

8/21 Dr. Harihan Regunath talked about Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome on the MRMC Doctor’s Office
8/20 Senator Roy Blunt talks about his relationship with the late Sam Richardson.
8/20 Jim Whiting, spokesman for Saving Dogs 4 Paws at a Time, tells us about Astro.

8/17 Open line callers on the storm damage in Moberly.

8/16 Randolph County EXCEL Board Secretary Joan Snodgrass discusses how you can sign up and what you can expect by participating in the next EXCEL class.
8/15 Main Street Moberly Director Diane Richardson.
8/13  Sergeant Eric Brown with the Highway Patrol will talk about back to school safety.
8/13  Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Mike Fusselman will talk about the recent election, and his future plans.

8/10 RCDDS Director Jorgi McNamara, with Robert Palmer, owner of Palmer Home Care, discuss their plans to open a day program facility in Moberly this fall.

8/9 Rachel Grime and Ashley Martin from Little Dixie Regional Library discuss a new fingerprinting service then offer, the renovation project, and LawDepot.

8/8 Kelly Pedigo from Safe Passage previews the Taste of Missouri Stroll.

8/8 Cindy O’Laughlin, who won the Republican Primary  in the 18th State Senate District race.

8/7 With the new school year upon us, we will learn more about the Junior ROTC program at Moberly High School. Sergeant 1st Class Dana Lescoe and executive officer Diamond Davis will come on the show at 8:33.

8/7 Moberly dentist Dr. Michael Berry reviews the Mission of Mercy free dental event at Pershing Arena that served over a thousand people.
8/6 Area Officer for the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins, discusses Agent Orange claims.
8/3 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer.
8/2 Randolph County Commissioners John Truesdell and John Hobbs address a variety of topics and take calls from listeners.
8/1 Darren White, Regional Coordinator for the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri on the Missouri Farmers Care food drive at the Missouri State Fair
7/31 Randolph County League of Women’s Voters Candidates Forum. Candidates for Associate Circuit Judge, Circuit Judge and representatives on both sides of Prop A.
7/31 Moberly Police Chief Troy Link discusses the new computer dispatching system and new body cameras.
7/30 Jim Whiting, with an update from Saving Dogs 4 Paws At A Time.

7/26 Moberly Superintendent Dr. Matt Miller will talk about a forum that was held concerning alternative school facility needs in the district.

7/24  Here are three segments from the Randolph County League of Women Voters forum, involving the four Republican candidates for the 18th District Senate seat.

7/18 Maples Repertory Theatre Artistic Director, Todd Davison, previews the “Drowsy Chaperone” which premieres Friday.

7/17 Rob Kloski, Director of Medical Imaging at Moberly Regional Medical center, talked about the Open MRI, during the MRMC Doctor’s Office.

7/17 There are now two Linneman’s serving with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, who are both from Huntsville. Kalen Linneman and his father, Sergeant Troy Linneman, along with Sergeant Eric Brown joined us.

7/17 Scott McGarvey with an update on activities at the historic 4th Street Theatre.

7/13 Logan Hulett of Moberly and his dad, Stan, talk about the USA Games for special athletes. Logan won two gold medals. Also joined by RCDDS Director Jorgi McNamara.

7/10 Macon native Trevor Belt recently returned to his hometown to direct the Maples Repertory Theatre production of “Tom, Dick and Harry”.

7/5 We just passed the 24-year anniversary of the report that 56-year old Hazel Hess from Moberly was missing. Moberly Police Chief Troy Link took the initial report, and outlines what has happened since then, and how the public can help.

25th Anniversary Flood of ’93 Special Program:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 2 Continued:

Part 3:

Additional Flood Interviews:

Scott Watson, Senior Service Hydrologist with the National Weather Service:

Governor Roger Wilson:

Chariton County Commissioner Gale Brown:

Former Chariton County Commissioner Larry Peters:

Missouri Levee and Drainage District Association Chairman Tom Waters:

Mo River Tire Owner Dennis Ficken:

6/27 History on the Radio, with J.W. Ballinger. He took us on a tour of the old Moberly Junior High building in 1959.