Happy New Year! I can’t believe that it is 2019! 2018 has flown by in a blur, but so much happened over the last year that I am so glad I was able to take part in. I started on January 22nd with the Voice of Muscatine as the morning show host on KWPC, and that role has given me the opportunity to experience the best of Muscatine. I have been able to speak with an insane number of people over the last year, and each one has been a great conversation about how amazing our community is. Muscatine has an incredible support system for those in need, great community services for the general public, a competitive high school sports crowd, and so many other awe-inspiring locally based activities that show just how much the people of Muscatine care. I am so thankful I have been able to take on this position and become a member of this community. Thank you to everyone who has made this such an incredible year! I look forward to 2019 being another great year of conversations with all the people that make stuff happen here in Muscatine. I am excited to see what all will happen this year on the radio and in our broadcast area. I hope that your year starts off well and that you are able to stick to any resolutions you have made. I know I’ll need lots of help sticking to mine, so I wish you good luck on yours. Thanks for continuing to tune in both here in the Voice of Muscatine paper, but also to A.M. 860 F.M. 95.1 KWPC, it’s been a lot of fun so far and I’m looking forward to another great year!
About The Author
Jordan “Davis” Sheese hails from the small town of Aledo, Illinios, about 45 minutes southeast of Muscatine. Jordan’s experience in radio and journalism has allowed him to comfortably transition into the Voice of Muscatine’s environment. He looks forward to working with radio, video, and newspaper and is excited to dive into the community in Muscatine County. Jordan has already started to get to know Muscatine as he is the host of “Moving Forward,” a show which brings locals in to discuss various topics pertaining to the community and the county. Jordan is also bringing “Moving Forward” to print.