Danielle Sachse

Danielle Sachse joined the team in February of 2020 as a multimedia journalist.

Title: Multimedia Journalist

Graduated from the University of Central Missouri in December of 2019. Has a Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media Productions focusing in Live Studio/Remote Media with a Minor in Sports Communications.
I was previously the sideline reporter for the Central Missouri Football team and was an intern for the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Media Network (MIAA Network). I also majored in BFA Musical Theatre. I enjoy watching sports, singing, and spending time with family on my Grandma’s farm.

Recent Posts by Danielle Sachse

End date in sight for the Farmers to Families Food Box Program

"It's a really good program. I'm really sad to see it go. I wish they would continue it," said local organizer Richard Bradley. "If we keep getting trucks, we'll keep handing out food until we're notified that this will be our last truck."

Krug Park Amphitheater renovation push continues

If the new amphitheaters comes into being, planners say concerts could attract crowds of 25,000 or more per events, ultimately bringing in hundreds of thousand of visitors each year.

Detox center could be next step in slowing down opioid crisis

What happens next? City leaders and opioid task force work together to slow down the amount of drug overdoses that is happening in St. Joseph.

All Missourians are eligible to receive Covid-19 vaccine beginning Friday

"It's important because we all need to protect each other," said Debra Bradley, Health Director of the St. Joseph Health Department. "There are some people in our community who truly cannot receive the vaccine due to health issues. So by others getting vaccinated, we are protecting those."

Atchison local Durell Anthony battles it out on popular singing show “The Voice”

Hailing from Atchison, Kansas, Durell Anthony is a contestant on season 20 of "The Voice." His journey can be watched on Mondays at 7 p.m.

Local restaurant sees customers return after a year of the pandemic has gone by

"They're just thrilled...and they're glad to be back at Le Peep again. So it's great."

Friends of the Animal Shelter receives donation from city

The $1 million donation will go towards the design and construction of a new animal shelter that will be located on Corporate Drive.

Members honor late friend at Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Center

Ms. Halter, who passed away on February 2 at the age of 93, was an active member and director of the JRP kitchen band. The current members of the JRP Kitchen Band honored her with a special performance to community members on Tuesday morning.

Phase IV begins on stoplight signal removal

The goal is to replace several stoplights from Faraon street all the way through the downtown area and inside the limits of Frederick and Edmond Street.

Benton finishes the season 4th in the state for Class 4

Benton lost to Vashon in the 3rd place game Saturday morning, 57-37. They head back to St. Joe as 4th place finishers for Class 4 in the state of Missouri.

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We have had rain off and on this Saturday across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. Scattered showers will continue off and on through the evening and overnight hours but should start to clear up as we head towards the morning. Temperatures will slowly start to warm Sunday into Monday as sunshine returns and conditions start to dry out. Another cold front is headed our way Monday night and that will bring us a chance for rain and possibly some snow into Tuesday morning as the colder air surges into our area. Temperatures look to stay unseasonably cool through the rest of the next week.
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