Danielle Sachse joined the team in February of 2020 as a 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.
The Community Alliance program begins on Tuesday, September 22 at 6 P.M. The program will meet every Tuesday and the last class will be on October 20. Anyone interested should call the Troop H Headquarters at (816) 387-2344.
Northwest Missouri State has one week left to finalize plans for the fall semester while incoming students prepare for the new college normal. Classes are set to begin on Wednesday the 17th and will move virtually once Thanksgiving break begins. All finals will be taken online.
Aaron Armstrong wants to do his part to help out the Southside flood victims. He asked families what items they need to repair their homes. Aaron will be at Bargain Barn every week day from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. to collect donated items.
Jacob Herner of Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop H was recognized as July's sworn employee of the month for his outstanding work protecting children.
Sister speaks out on brother involved in motorcycle hit and run.
The start of school is only two weeks away for Missouri Western State University students. As teachers and faculty work on finalizing their plans for safety protocols in the classroom, the student programming team working to put together a memorable weekend for the incoming Griffons.
Disaster relief agencies are learning the struggles of helping people through a natural disaster during a global pandemic. United Way, The Red Cross, InterServ and other local groups are working together to aid in the struggles of the flood victims during this difficult time.
It has been one week since the flood, and not much has changed leaving residents with more questions than answers.
A SEMA representative informed the city and county that the Southside flood does not qualify for any SEMA/FEMA funds. St. Joseph Mayor Bill McMurray has now reached out to the state asking for additional aid.
Farmers to Families food drive program has served over 40,000 boxes of fresh produce and milk helping those in need of food during the global pandemic. Phase 2 began as the need for food continues across the Missouri and Kansas area.