KWIXLand This Morning
2/5 Billy Meachum, Volunteer Coordinator for Safe Passage, discusses Teen Violence Awareness Month.
2/4 Area Officer for the Missouri Veterans Commission, Arthur Nott-Hopkins.
2/1 Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer made his monthly appearance on KWIXland This Morning.
1/23 Bob visits with Deacon Windsor, the current high school principal at South Shelby, who has been chosen to serve as the new superintendent at the Marion County R-2 School District.
1/22 Karen Berding who is a national trainer for the Parents As Teachers Program, will talk about the importance of early childhood education, and an effort in the legislature to place more emphasis on early childhood education.
1/22 Nancy Reinhart, the Cath Lab Director, joined us on the MRMC Doctor’s Office program. The topic was Heart Health.
1/21 Jim Whiting, with Saving Dogs 4 Paws At A Time, looks ahead to a couple events and recaps what the group has done.
1/9 Congressman Sam Graves talked about border security and the infrastructure bill.
12/20 Host Lee Habeeb joined us to preview his show “Our American Stories” which starts January 1st on KWIX and will air weekdays from 2-4:00.
12/18 It’s was the live Moberly City Manager’s Report. Brian Crane was in studio and our phone lines were open.
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.