I began my radio career in July of 1976 at WBBA radio in my hometown of Pittsfield, Illinois, while also working on the farm the radio station owner had. Then I moved to Canton, Missouri in the fall of 1980 and helped start KQCA radio, where we spun records for four years. My next stop was in Quincy, Ill. and I helped start up WQCY-FM, in 1984 as Program Director. In 1992 I moved to Bick Broadcasting and started Top 40 Hits KRRY-FM (Y101) and have been here ever since!
Take a Dip With A Cop
Every Year since 2004, Quincy Police Chief Robert Copley has taken the plunge.
Clark 54 Drive-In
There was a place in Pike County, Illinois where you could have a beautiful night.
NECAC To Join In America Save Week
NECAC is encouraging residents in northeast Missouri to save money.
Salvation Army Receives $5,000 Grant From Ameren Illinois
The Salvation Army has received a $5,000 grant from Ameren Illinois.
What Will You #Plunge For?
The Polar Plunge is presented by the Law Enforcement Torch Run and GEICO.
QND to Host Open House
Qnd will hold an open house, Sunday, Feb. 21 from 1pm to 3pm.
Unity Music Department Band-Aid Fundraiser
The Unity Music Department will be hosting a craft and vendor fair on April 23, 2016.
Quincy Salvation Army’s Dress an Angel Program
The Quincy Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary is sponsoring Dress an Angel Project.
The Day Love Costs Money
The average love bird will spend $146.84 this Valentines Day. Love is in the air, for money.
Get Your Teen Entered in the Quincy Art Center’s High School Art Competition
The 42nd Annual High School Student Art Competition is March 18 through May 7, 2016.