Veteran KMA Newsman Mike Peterson presents This Week in KMAland each Saturday morning at 8:30 on KMA 960, KMA-FM 99.1 or streamed here at KMAland.com. The show features a weekly recap of the top news stories from the past week produced from the KMA Newsroom. Listen live or listen to archived shows below.
This Week In KMAland
Archived This Week in KMAland Shows
Shen soars in student statewide assessment scores, Shen board sets high school HVAC work, SHS honors World War II vet, Derailed coal cars create mess in Montgomery County.
Super Vote I recap--Shen bond issue rejected--Bouray, Hiser elected, Brantner, Arman oust Shen council incumbents, Mayoral elections decided, On second thought--Sidney residents pass school bond issue.
Shen board backs SAVE bucks for high school renovations, Red Oak board hears financial report, Hamburg enrollment down due to flooding, more controversy over Renewable Fuel Standards.
Shen school officials hold public meetings on bond issue, Shen CBOC site announced, Clarinda police officer assaulted by chase suspect, Shen elementary students learn fire safety tips.
Tornadoes dance around KMAland, Shen schools storm safety protocol put to the test, Flooding cuts access to KMAland wildlife areas, Clarinda dedicates downtown revitalization project, Shenfest honors Earl May history.
Axne, Ernst weigh in on Trump impeachment controversy, Floodwaters, severe storms return to KMAland, Shenfest Royalty crowed for 2019, Career EdVantage program unveiled.
Shen school board debates bond issue, Popcorn Days proves Hamburg's resiliency, Shenandoah residents remember the 11th of September, Red Oak School District experiences bus driver shortage.
Montgomery County Emergency Management Coordinator Brian Hamman updates the progress of the county's new emergency communications system, and talks about the potential for severe weather and tornadoes in the fall months.