I’m a Quincy native with brief side trips to Peoria and Jefferson City, Missouri. I attended and graduated from Bradley University. I worked for a little over seven years for another station in the Hannibal-Quincy area before spending two years at KWOS and KJMO in Jefferson City. I’ve been calling play by play for KHMO since the fall of ’86 and on the staff full time since the fall of 1989. Away from work at the radio stations, I call internet play by play for the Quincy Gems of the Prospect League. (college summer baseball) I also handle the public address work for Culver Stockton football and basketball. I play softball, vintage base ball and golf. Despite not having the traditional runner’s build, I enjoy distance running too. My golf handicap? Trees and water. I also enjoy reading. 19th and 20th century history and sports are the most frequent subject areas. I root for the St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, Quincy Blue Devils, the Bradley Braves, Mizzou, and whoever is playing the Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, Kansas Jayhawks or Galesburg Silver Streaks.
Quincy Salvation Army Exceeds Christmas Fundraising Goal
Quincy Salvation Army officials say their 2017 Christmas Campaign raised over 402-thousand dollars. The goal was 400-thousand.
New Hannibal Salvation Army Thrift Store Opens
Ribbon cutting ceremonies at midday today (MON) mark the opening of the Hannibal Salvation Army Thrift Store’s new location.
Hannibal Salvation Army Exceeds Campaign Goal
Hannibal’s Salvation Army Christmas Campaign brings in over 102-thousand dollars.
Input Wanted on Champ Clark Bridge Retaining Wall
Your input is wanted on a retaining wall that will be part of the new Champ Clark Bridge project at Louisiana.
Hannibal Man Sentenced on Meth Charges
A Hannibal man receives a lengthy prison sentence following a guilty plea on methamphetamine possession charges.
Hannibal Man Sentenced on Child Molestation Charge
Fifteen years is the sentence for a man who plead guilty to first degree child molestation.
Governor Rauner Wraps up Stay at Illinois Veterans’ Home
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner wraps up a week long stay at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy.
Guilty Verdict in Quincy Stabbing Case
An Adams County jury returns a guilty verdict against a Quincy man accused of attempted first degree murder and aggravated domestic battery.
Arrest Made in Williamstown Burglaries
An Alexandria man faces burglary charges in Lewis County following an investigation into thefts in Williamstown last October.
Bid Awarded For McMasters Resurfacing Project in Hannibal
Chester Bross Construction of Palmyra is the successful bidder for resurfacing of US 61/McMasters Avenue through Hannibal.