Hi, my name Samantha Barnes, or Sam for short, and I love radio. I am a local girl from Canton, MO, but was born in Brooklyn, New York (GO YANKEES). I guess you can say that my radio career, started with my high school band teacher, Mr. Berry, who introduced me to the wonderful world of music. I learned about all different genres from classical to blues and hip hop to pop. He’s the reason I fell in love with music. I graduated from Northwest Missouri State University (GO BEARCATS), and started my journey into radio. And in my opinion, it is the coolest job ever.
This is an Oreo Lover’s Dream Come True
If you love Oreos, get ready for the absolute best thing ever. Amazon is stepping up their cookie game in a BIG way.
The State of Illinois Might Owe You Money (Here’s How to Find Out)
A random text from a family member telling me about some unclaimed property scored me $37.
Quincy Community Theatre Gets Ready To Kick Off 2018 Season
There' s nothing like going to the theater and being captivated by the performances of the cast, the story, and the atmosphere. QCT is just that are more and they are gearing up for one heck of a season.
Remember This Quincy Pup? We Have An Exciting Update!
We first introduced you to Jackson, a two-year-old plott hound mix, back in December. He had been with the Quincy Humane Society for nearly two years at the time, making him the facility's longest resident.
Hey Quincy, Here’s A Free Tip About Tipping
I used to work as a server here in Quincy, and in those few years I learned one important lesson: Most customers in this area don't know how to tip.
Hey Quincy Musicians! Your City Needs You!
If you are a musician and want to get your music heard this summer, here is your opportunity.
Turn your Blue Monday around, see how.
Happy Monday, or is it?
Quincy’s Roller Derby Team Needs You!
Want to learn a new sport?
I Just Learned What A ‘Flash Freeze’ Is…And Now I’m Freaking Out!
With the crazy winter storm headed our way, many warnings are coming in from the National Weather Service in St. Louis. And one of them has me seriously on edge right now.
10 Things People Who Grew Up in Canton in the ’90s Will Understand
If you spent time there in the '90s, join me in a little trip down memory lane. Here are a few things that only YOU can appreciate: