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19 minutes | Dec 18, 2021
Detective Matt Cotner
It's the holiday season and unfortunately there are plenty of people out there who are ready to swindle, scam and steal your blind. Often times preying on the old, the gullible and the less informed members of our society. Detective Matt Cotner with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety is stopping by the show today to give us some tips on how to stay safe through the holidays and beyond.
23 minutes | Dec 18, 2021
Jason Davis and the meaning of Christmas
Most of us celebrate it. As a matter of fact many go into debt every year in order to celebrate the world's biggest holidays. But was is the true meaning of Christmas. We'll talk with the pastor of the Anchor Church, Jason Davis, to get the real reason behind the season.
22 minutes | Nov 5, 2021
She's a graduate of New Madrid County Central, a former basketball standout in high school and college and now she's an actress. In this podcast we catch up with Shayla Day and talk about her time on Chicago Fire and other acting experiences.
22 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
SLT The Sound of Music
The Sikeston Little Theatre has been producing outstanding broadway productions for over 60 years. Next weekend another classic musical opens on the little theatre stage, The Sound of Music. Today we talk with President of Sikeston Little Theatre and the director of this production, Jeremiah Dunmyer.
21 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
Bart Grant on meme stocks
Wall Street got a little crazy this week when certain stocks exploded in trading, driving stock prices up, which is raising on a lot of questions in Congress. Bart Grant with Grant Financial Management helps us sort through all the madness as we talk about the market, meme stocks and the repercussions that may be on the horizon.
21 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
Joey Keys Food Pandemic Response
The Southeast Missouri Food Bank feeds thousands in southeast Missouri in a normal year, but the last year has been anything but normal. Joey Keys, CEO and President talks about how the pandemic has stretched resources and volunteers thin and how you might be able to help.
21 minutes | Jan 23, 2021
Brent Mullin ALICE Training
No one likes to think about the bad things that could happen, but it is better to be prepared when they do. Brent Mullin with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety recently went through ALICE training. Officer Mullin tells us about his experience and how he can share that experience with your business and employees to help save lives if a tragic event does happen.
22 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
It's the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas. High school basketball is in full swing. Rusty Hendricks stops by to talk Sikeston Bulldog hoops and to preview the upcoming season.
21 minutes | Nov 7, 2020
Jason Davis 1107
It's about to be the most wonderful time in the world. Christmas is just around the corner and Historic Downtown Sikeston is having a Christmas kick-off event. Director Jason Davis gives us an overview of the event and updates us on downtown Sikeston.
21 minutes | Oct 31, 2020
Some people want top hear more about history, while others want to hear a good ghost story. One local man is giving us both. Scott Poole is with the American Ghost Project which collects the history of local buildings and areas in order to preserve the history and hopefully find a good ghost story while they are at it.
22 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
Mari Ann Moyers and Spread Hope Now
The holidays will be here soon and one group uses the holiday season to spread cheer and hope. Mari Ann Moyers with Spread Hope Now talks about their annual Radical Christmas event and the warming center. Plus, you can learn how you can help with these two important local missions.
22 minutes | Oct 17, 2020
Having good mental health is just as important as having a healthy body. Children often struggle with mental health and often times are too afraid or embarrassed to ask for help. Today we speak with Kasie DeLay, a clinical therapist at Bootheel Counseling Services about children and their mental health, especially when dealing with bully's and during Covid crisis.
21 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
For a few weeks, protests have swept across the nation, calling for action against police overreach and brutality. Has does that affect your local police department? Today we talk with Chief Jim McMillen, director of the Sikeston Department of Public Safety about the current climate and ways he and the department are trying to make changes to strengthen their bond with the community.
21 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Today our host talks with his son Riley, a junior at Missouri Baptist University who has gone through a school shutdown and 3 times quarantined this semester. What is it like to be a student during a pandemic. Listen to find out.
48 minutes | Sep 4, 2020
In December of 2019, two days after Christmas, Chris Sullivan received the phone call no parent wants to receive. Montanah, Chris's oldest child was shot and killed while visiting family and friends in Oklahoma. This interview was originally heard in two parts, but here is the uncut, full version of our talk with Chris Sullivan.
22 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Dr Tony Robinson
He just completed his first year as the new superintendent of Sikeston Public Schools and what a memorable first year. Listen as Dr. Tony Robinson talks about his first year, how covid changed the school and what the plan is as schools open soon.
21 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
It's been as few months since we got an update about Covid-19 in Scott County. Scott County Health Department administrator, Barry Cook gives us the latest and reminds that the health department has more to offer than just information about the pandemic.
23 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
The Talk of Sikeston
We're talking with the director of the Sikeston Regional Chamber, Marcie Lawson about an opportunity to learn more about Sikeston while brushing up on your leadership skills, a chance to learn about an important ballot issue coming up in April and the recognition of local leaders.
22 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
He's a Sikestonian who has been in education for 30 years who discovered an new hobby three years ago, writing. Now Jeff Williams can add author to his list of accomplishments.
21 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
Mari Ann Moyers
The low temperatures means the opening of the Sikeston Warming Center. Mari Ann Moyers with Spread Hope Now talks about the center and how it does more than just warm the body and heart.
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