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Sydnie Holzfaster

Sydnie joined the KQ2 team as a multimedia journalist in October 2017.

Title: Multimedia Journalist
sholzfaster@kq2.com

Sydnie joined the KQ2 team as a multimedia journalist in October 2017.

Sydnie graduated from Missouri Western State University in 2017 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Convergent Media.

While at Western, Sydnie worked as both News Editor and Managing Editor for the university paper, The Griffon News. She was also active in music; Sydnie participated in the Golden Griffon Marching Band, sang with the MWSU Concert Chorale and was an active member of the Eta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota.

Sydnie is excited to be a part of the news team and is looking forward to meeting new people in the St. Joseph community.

If you have any story ideas, shoot Sydnie an email at sholzfaster@kq2.com

Recent Posts by Sydnie Holzfaster

Blunt talks government shutdown

Senator Roy Blunt made a stop at Northwest Missouri State University to briefly speak at the 8th annual Martin Luther King Jr. appreciate peace brunch.

Annual crime report shows vehicle theft decreased in 2018

Crime in the city has declined since 2017, according to a new report from the St. Joseph Police Department

Government shutdown threatens Oats Transit

The partial government shutdown is hitting closer to home for elderly adults in need of transportation across northwest Missouri.

City increases pay for minimum wage workers

Part-time and seasonal city employees can expect to see an increase on their next paycheck.

Missouri lawmakers consider all ages texting and driving ban

A new piece of legislation would require people of all ages to put their cell phones away before getting into the driver's seat.

Government shutdown puts internet access program on hold

According to the FCC approximately 20 percent of Missourians don’t have access to high speed internet.

Catering license limit lifted for businesses along Frederick Avenue

Businesses along a small strip of Frederick Avenue will now have the opportunity to host more outdoor events that serve alcohol.

HUD grant could bring new equipment to local parks

A federal grant could bring upgrades to six area parks in St. Joseph

Maryville TNR rescues feral felines

Maryville TNR is looking for help maintaining the feral cat population.

MODOT grant brings new sidewalks to Maryville

Maryville recently received a grant from MODOT’s Transportation Alternatives Program to install sidewalks on Torrance Street.

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