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

Former teammates to face-off in Sunflower Showdown

Former high school teammates of Maur Hill-Mount Academy will battle eachother for the second time in the Sunflower Showdown. Saturday's Homecoming matchup is set to kickoff at 11a.m. in Manhattan, Ks., and will air on FS1.

Neighbors express concerns regarding 'tiny homes' project in St. Joseph

Community Action Partnership's plan is to build 6-10 "tiny homes" in a vacant lot near 31st and Easton in St. Joseph.

MWSU "Center for Service" program seeks funding from city

The "Center for Service" program, is a course for students to connect to community members and find volunteer work, all while receiving course credit for no cost. St. Joseph's city council is presenting a resolution to the funding of $40,000 for "Center for Service" during the council meeting on Monday, October 19.

Millions in bonds expected to be approved for Cryovac manufacturer expansion

Approval from the city will bring support to a plan for industrial development that will bring 12 new jobs to the company. The decision will be made during the city council meeting on October 19.

Local residents speak out about litter problem in St. Joseph

St. Joseph residents raise concern about litter problem in St. Joseph at a City Council meeting on Monday, October 5.

Restaurants concerned cold weather will affect business amidst pandemic

Restaurants that offer outdoor dining worry that they will lose business in colder months. Says outdoor dining is great option to avoid COVID-19.

St. Joseph Health Department hosted free, drive-thru flu shot clinic

The St. Joseph Health Department administered 234 flu shots Wednesday morning at their free, drive-thru flu vaccine clinic. The event took place for Buchanan County residents at Krug Park from 9 a.m. to noon. The health department said that getting the flu vaccine every year is critical, but even more so this year as COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the nation.

St. Joseph Health Department to host free drive-by flu shot clinic on Wednesday

The St. Joseph Health Department will host a free drive-by flu shot clinic on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon at Krug Park.

St. Joseph could become destination for biking enthusiasts

The River Bluff Bike Trail Project was approved on Monday. The $1.5 million project is part of the Riverfront Master Plan.

Habitat for Humanity celebrates World Habitat Day

Mayor Bill McMurray proclaims October 5 as World Habitat Day in St. Joseph.

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