Randy Kirby is a Townsquare Media employee who specializes in local news coverage in the Sedalia market. He has worked in local media for decades, and is a reporter and photographer who has seen his share of news events, high school and college sports, and interviewed hundreds of residents over the years. Kirby writes and produces his own newscasts five days a week for three radio stations and their corresponding websites (KSIS, KXKX and KSDL). On air and online (and streaming around the world) Kirby, a Missouri native, strives to keep the public informed of daily news events and upcoming community calendar items that are of interest to Pettis County residents and surrounding counties.
Lion Dave Menefee Recognized For 50 Years of Service
Sedalia Lions Club President Evan Fluty honored Lion Dave Menefee with a plaque during the Lions' regular meeting Wednesday
Bothwell to Offer CPR, First Aid Classes
Bothwell Regional Health Center will offer Community CPR/AED and First Aid courses on Saturday, March 16 in the Bothwell Education Cente
Two Men Injured in Head-on Collision in Johnson County
Two men were injured in a two-vehicle collision that occurred Monday afternoon in Johnson County.
Sedalia Public Library Hosting Spring Book Sale
The Sedalia Public Library, 311 W, 3rd, is hosting a Spring Book Sale.
American Inn Business License Restored After Back Taxes Paid
The American Inn, 1217 South Limit, is now open for business once again after being shut down by Sedalia Police Jan. 9.
Warsaw Man Seriously Injured When Harley Runs Off Road
A Warsaw man was seriously injured when his motorcycle overturned Monday afternoon in St. Clair County.
Houstonia Couple Injured When Harley Runs Off the Road
A Houstonia couple were injured when their Harley overturned Sunday afternoon in Gasconade County.
Sedalia Man Dies at Scene of Disturbance on West 10th
A 28-year-old Sedalia man armed with a knife was shot and killed by Sedalia Police after he fought with and injured two officers Saturday night.
‘Mac & Cheese Matchup’ Raises $611 for Child Safe
According to Child Safe of Central Missouri Inc., Executive Director Heather Lynn, a total of $611.95 was generated for Child Safe from the event.
Water Main Break Forces Closure of Part of West Main Street
West Main Street from 21524 Main Street Road to Curry Drive is now closed to traffic to allow for water main repairs.