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Kilee Thomas

Kilee Thomas joined the KQ2 team in January 2020 as a multimedia journalist.

Title: Multimedia Journalist

Kilee Thomas is a multi-media journalist from Salt Lake City, Utah.

She joined KQ2 in January 2020 after graduating from the University of Utah (Go Utes) with a B.S. in Communication, emphasizing in journalism.

When Kilee’s not in the newsroom or chasing down her next story, she’s planning her next vacation destination. She taught English in China for five months where she camped on the Great Wall of China, climbed the Avatar Mountains and recently got back from the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. If you see her around town, share with her your favorite local shops and restaurants in St. Joe!

Recent Posts by Kilee Thomas

Former Capitol police Chief weighs in on Inauguration security concerns

"I was never concerned even after last Wednesday that we wouldn’t be ready, they wouldn’t be ready for the Inauguration,” said Gainer.

MWSU professor weighs in on President Trump's social media ban

“The continued calls for fighting for Trump to stay in office is really an incitement of violence because that’s the only way it’s going to happen because legally, the election has been confirmed,” said Dr. Jackson.

MO Sen. Roy Blunt calls President Trump's actions 'reckless,' but dismisses impeachment

The Missouri senator said efforts to decertify the electoral college votes and impeaching President Trump are one in the same- they're a waste of time.

Benedictine College proud of former U.S. Capitol Police Chief

“We failed. We did not secure the capitol and people need to be held responsible and explain what went on,” said former U.S. Capitol Police Chief, Terrance Gainer.

InterServ in line for $81,000 from city's CARES Act funding

“We have doctors and other medical places calling us saying, ‘Hey, we have a person that’s recovering from COVID. They could use meals for a month or so as they recover.’ We don’t have funding from our normal sources for that,” said Sharp.

Electoral College vote challenge splits Republican Party

Sen. Toomey said in a Tweet Saturday, that effort to overturn the election "undermines" the right of people to elect their own leader.

Missouri's minimum wage increases to $10.30 per hour

Back in 2018, Missouri voters approved Proposition B- increasing the minimum wage 85 cents every year until it hits $12 per hour in 2023.

Local bar forges into the new year despite COVID-19

Loehing said the bar is following all guidelines ahead of NYE.

Evergy battles power outage as thousands are still left in the dark

“It’s cold, my kids are cold and they can’t even tell me if I need to go to a hotel or how long it’s going to take?” asked Fulton.

SJSD partners with educational staffing company to resolve substitute shortage

Massey II said EDUStaff is searching for substitutes that love children and have a passion for their community.

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