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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

Vet clinic asking for help in animal abuse investigation

Angels is offering $2,000 for anyone with information that could help find the suspect(s).

Almost 1,000 domestic abuse victims helped by YWCA in 2020.

Last year, the Y's hotline received 2,000 calls, but that's 500 less calls made in 2019.

NWMSU grows cannabis education program

"...higher education has typically not been involved in this industry,” said Dr. Jay Johnson, NWMSU Associate Provost.

DESE sets new guidelines for students and staff exposed to COVID-19

“It’s great on paper, but how are we going to make it work in this particular community?” asked Burnham.

Officials remind drivers to be cautious through work zones

In 2020 alone, 27 Missourians were killed in a work zone crash and thousands more injured with 3,700 from 2016-2020.

Semi rollover accident causes traffic jam on I-29

MSHP said the backup from the semi rollover also caused multiple vehicle crashes south of Frederick Avenue's overpass. Troopers said those accidents resulted in minor injuries.

Hundreds roll up their sleeves for the free COVID & flu clinic

"It's what's best for the community that we go out and do this," said Rex Strayer.

Free vaccine clinic offers both flu and COVID-19 shots

The free vaccine clinic starts at 9 a.m.- noon or while supplies last.

Health officials react to lull in COVID-19 numbers as the holidays arrive

"It's great that the numbers are going down, but we've had lower numbers and then we go back up again. So, we certainly want to avoid that happening again," said Werner.

6th annual Manufacturing Day sparks interest in area students

As older generations leave the workforce, facilities are working to fill the gap with students eager to get their hands dirty.

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