KWIXLand This Morning
12/18 It’s was the live Moberly City Manager’s Report. Brian Crane was in studio and our phone lines were open.
12/17 Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Mike Fusselman joined us to look back on his career as prosecutor, and also to talk about how the field has changed over the years.
12/14 Moberly City Manager Brian Crane reviews a second meeting held to discuss the future of Heritage Hills Golf Course.
12/14 On our monthly Randolph County SB-40 program, RCDDS Director Jorgi McNamara is joined by Christina Ingoglia and Robyn Schelp of Missouri Disability Empowerment (MODE). They are part of a coalition in support of legislation which would expand the existing autism mandate to include therapy coverage for children with other developmental disabilities.
12/13 Little Dixie Library Director Rachel Grime previews Candy Cane Lane, gives holiday hours, and updates the Moberly renovation project.
12/12 If you need gifts for the St. Louis Cardinals fan on your list, Elisabeth Meinecke has some ideas.
12/11 Scott McGarvey previews the New Year’s Eve party and discusses available resources at the historic 4th Street Theatre.
12/11 Dr. Jessica Winn, who specializes in Gastroenterology, will joined us on the MRMC Doctor’s Office Program.
12/10 Randolph County Clerk Will Ellis and Howard County Clerk Kathyrne Harper joined us. Harper decided not to seek reelection. The two talked about elections, and other responsibilities of the county clerk.
12/4 The Artistic Director at Maples Repertory Theatre, Todd Davison, tells us about the latest Church Basement Ladies show, and gives us a sneak preview at 2019 shows, with season tickets available for gift giving.
12/3 Area Officer with the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins, will have the latest information regarding pensions.
11/30 Area Engineer, Brian Haeffner, joined us a few weeks after the defeat of Prop D.
11/27 Trent Link, Nurse Practitioner at Chariton Valley Family Healthcare, talked about strokes, during the MRMC Doctor’s Office program.
11/27 Utilities Director Mary West-Calcagno was our guest on the live Moberly City Manager’s Report.
11/21 Representative Tim Remole will preview the upcoming legislative session, including issues like workforce development, and permitting.
11/20 Senator-elect Cindy O’Laughlin discusses the upcoming legislative session, and what the time has been like for her, since being elected.
11/15 Kristee Ornburn and Barb Riley from Altrussa give us a sneak preview of the Christmas light display in Rothwell Park and the Cookie Fest.
11/13 On the MRMC Doctor’s Office, Jason Chrisman, Regional Director of Profession Outreach in Moberly and Kirksville, will talk about MDsave: Helping our communities save on health care costs.
11/13 Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler talks about being re-elected to the US House, along with a number of key issues including the Farm Bill, and the Democrats taking control of the House.
11/12 Ryan Silvey, the Chairman of the Missouri Public Service Commission, will talk about the Cold Weather rule.
11/1 Moberly Public Works Director Tom Sanders talks about a grant application to make improvements in the area of St. Pius X School, the Route M Sidewalk project, and work that’s being considered at the airport.
10/31 It’s History on the Radio. Local storyteller J.W. Ballinger will be joined by Gloria Burton, as the focus is on World War 1. Gloria tells a story of a Randolph County family that lost a son at the start of World War 1 and one at the end of WW1.
10/30 Dr. Thomas Bragg and Dr. Gale Osgood joined us on the MRMC Doctor’s Office.
10/22 Shannon Crist, the Director of Dual Credit, Recruitment & Special Events at MACC will talk about how dual credit has expanded at Moberly Area Community College, and also at area high schools.
10/22 South Shelby Superintendent Tim Maddex from the groundbreaking for the new elementary school.
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.
10/11 Madison native and Northwest Missouri State student Ashlyn Peterson is the President of the Missouri State 4-H Council, and recently spoke with Kyle Hill about celebrating National 4-H Week for the first time away from home.
9/21 The 2019 Old Farmers Almanac is out and Brad visited with Ben Kilbride, the Almanac’s editorial assistant, for a sneak peak.