Sydnie Holzfaster

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

Title: Multimedia Journalist

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

Recent Posts by Sydnie Holzfaster

Local business vies for medical marijuana license

A local CBD distributor has high aspirations to become one of the first medical marijuana dispensaries in St. Joseph by 2020.

Second Harvest hosts Mega Mobile

Dozens of people lined up their cars along Grand Avenue Wednesday afternoon to pick up fresh produce.

MoDOT prepares for wintry blast

After nearly a dozen winter storms, MoDOT plows are once again preparing to hit the road to clean up another wintry mix Tuesday night.

Missouri could once again vote on right-to-work

Missouri voters could soon see another right-to-work initiative on the 2020 ballot.

Families enjoy free admission at Pony Express Museum

Over 500 people got a chance to step back into the 1860’s during the annual Family Fun Day celebration at the Pony Express Museum.

McMurray delivers State of the City address

Friday morning McMurray gave his State of the City address during the Chamber of Commerce’s public affairs coffee event.

Local shop sells hundreds of chocolate covered strawberries for Valentine's Day

A local candy store plans to sell nearly 300 pounds of chocolate covered strawberries this year.

City proposes mandatory rental inspection program

St. Joseph city council will vote on an ordinance establishing a rental inspection program that will transition from voluntary to mandatory after the first year in operation.

First grader raises awareness for heart health

A St. Joseph first grader from St. Francis Xavier is making it her mission to teach people about heart health

Millions of Americans only one missed paycheck away from poverty

According to a new study from the economic group Prosperity Now, 40 percent of Americans are only one missed paycheck away from living in poverty.

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