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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

Childcare centers navigating covid times

"What I can tell you is the need is beyond great," said Murray. "I average between five to six phone calls every two or three days looking for childcare."

Six more agencies await the green light from city on covid relief funds

The city council met in a special meeting Monday evening to overview contracts between Allied Arts, The Bartlett Center, Community Action Partnership, MidCity Excellence, The Joseph Company and Innovation Stockyard, on hopes to receive American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money.

Sheriff's Office to wear red for Chiefs playoffs run

Members will be allowed to wear the following: Uniformed officers may wear red t-shirts under their uniform shirt. Uniformed officers may wear a KC Chiefs ball hats with their uniform. Civilian Staff may wear KC Chiefs shirts/jerseys.

Chiefs, Bills neighbors prank each other before big game

What happens when a Bills fan moves across the street from the former Chiefs Fan of the Year? Roger McCush and his wife Donna enjoy pranking their neighbor Kim Spry who is a Bills fan.

Dogs arrive to shelter in severe conditions, now ready for adoption

The 11-year old brothers, Al and Capone, were matted, covered in feces and had urine all over them when taken to the shelter by the owners relatives.

Missouri Western begins spring semester, covid still lingers

As of January 14, Missouri Western has five active cases on campus and 17 in total. The University's dashboard will update again on Wednesday, January 19.

Early childhood center closures due to COVID-19

CAP announced Monday on Facebook the closure would take place, saying "Several Head Start Classrooms and Centers will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday, 1/18/22) due to COVID exposures. Staff have been contacting families for which services are canceled."

MLK Day celebrated at Solutions Summit

MidCity Excellence hosted the 8th annual Solutions Summit to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Former NFL players were the keynote speakers for the event, sharing a children's book written about the two teaching kids about diversity.

Red Cross announces first-ever national blood crisis

"There's just a dangerously low supply of blood levels and they're posing a risk to patients and forcing doctors to make difficult decisions about who receives blood transfusions and who will need to wait for more blood products to become available," said Evan Woods who works with the American Red Cross.

Tri-County sees regional visitors for community testing event

The Tri-County Health Department facilitated the community COVID-19 testing event at the Stewartsville Fire Department. The state provided testers and the tests.

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