KWIXLand This Morning Interviews

KWIXLand This Morning

10/23 Congressman Sam Graves talked about a need to bring USMCA up for a vote, infrastructure, flooding and impeachment.

10/22 Moberly Police Chief Troy Link, Randolph County Sheriff Mark Nichols and Christian Tadrus from Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacy, talked about the drug take back event scheduled for October 26th.

10/22 Randolph County Clerk Will Ellis talked about the process of putting the new county budget together.

10/22 Moberly Utilities Director Mary West-Calcagno talked about the importance of making sure your home is ready for the winter weather.

 

10/21 Monroe City Superintendent Dr. Tracy Bottoms talked about the support that’s available for students and staff, following the death of assistant coach Jamar White over the weekend.

10/21 Monroe City Football Coach David Kirby and Athletic Director and Girls Basketball Coach Cody Leonard talk about the life of Jamar White, the assistant coach for both teams killed in an accident Saturday night.

10/21 Saving Dogs 4 Paws at a Time Director Jim Whiting, with Steve Bailey, SNIP Coordinator.

10/18 Randolph County United Way Director Atina Roberts with an update on the campaign.

10/17 Little Dixie Regional Libraries Director Rachel Grime and Outreach Coordinator Abby Emirol preview an escape room, fall festivals, and computer classes in October.

10/16 Bobby Godwin, President of Mid Mo Youth Football.

10/15 Jeff Briggs, State Earthquake Preparedness Director, gives tips in advance of the statewide earthquake drill.

10/15 Andy Bailey, Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill.

10/11 New MPPS-Randolph County Sheltered Industries Director Shari Pretz, joins RCDDS Director Julie Dougherty on our monthly SB-40 program.

10/10 Kirksville Police Chief Steve Farnsworth was in Jefferson City this week when the Governor presented an award to three Truman students that helped prevent an incident this summer from becoming a tragedy.

10/10 Macon Superintendent Scott Jarvis takes a look at homecoming activities and reviews facility upgrades in the district.

10/9 Lyann Ritter, new Youth Program assistant for Randolph County, joined us during National 4-H Week.

10/8 Moberly Businessman Matt Brownfield joined us to talk about his efforts to renovate several buildings in the downtown area, including one, across the street from the radio station.

10/7 Scott McGarvey takes a look at the restoration project at the 4th Street Theatre.

10/7 Arthur Nott-Hopkins, Area Officer for the Missouri Veterans Commission, will discuss the Mission Act and community based care.

10/4 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer joined us for his monthly visit.

10/3 The Randolph County Commission joined us for their monthly visit.

10/2 State Representative Tim Remole will talk about the recent meeting of the Southern States Energy Board, where a resolution he sponsored dealing with coal and natural gas, was adopted.

10/1 Regional Coordinator Darren White for the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri on an upcoming Kids Helping Kids Day and gives an update on the Buddy Pack program.

9/27 Area MoDOT Engineer Brian Untiedt.

9/25 Class reunions is the topic on History of the Radio, with J.W. Ballinger, who also looks back at past Moberly Chamber banquets.

9/24 Moberly Utilities Director Mary West-Calcagno on the live Moberly City Manager’s report discusses storm water issues, meters, and an April election issue voters will decide.

9/18 State Representative Tim Remole, the Chairman of the Conservation and Natural Resources Committee, talks about a committee meeting that took place recently, and included discussion about an acreage change for landowners, and feral hogs.

9/13 Randolph County Sheriff Mark Nichols will talk about a House budget committee hearing where Missouri’s 35 million dollar debt to counties for housing and transporting inmates was discussed.

 

9/3 We get a preview of the 2020 Old Farmers Almanac from editorial assistant, Ben Kilbride.

8/30 State Librarian Robin Westfall visited the Moberly Little Dixie Regional Library to view the renovations and serve as the keynote speaker at Thursday’s open house.

 

8/29 Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler addressed the Randolph County Farm Bureau Annual meeting.

8/26 Former Glasgow Superintendent Mike Reynolds is now a Director with Goodwill Industries where he’s piloting a new Excel Center High School, giving adults 21 and older an opportunity to come back and get their diploma.