Veteran KMA Newsman Mike Peterson presents The Morning Line each weekday morning at 7:35 on KMA 960, KMA-FM 99.1 or streamed here at KMAland.com. The segment features interviews with key newsmakers from around KMAland bringing you up-to-date on the most relevant topics. Listen live or listen to archived shows below.
The Morning Line
Archived Morning Line Segments
Mike Bauer, president of First National Bank in Shenandoah, talks about the upcoming Fridays After Five music event this month on the Elks Lodge's east lawn.
Shenandoah Park and Recreation Director Chad Tiemeyer updates the 2020 Wilson Aquatic Center season, as well as plans for other park and rec programs this summer.
Fremont County Public Health Director Jamie Behrends talks about the state of COVID-19 in her county, and precautions people should take during the 4th of July holiday.
Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne talks about the need for firefighters, EMTs and first responders to receive adequate compensation for responding to COVID-19 situations.
Southwest Valley School Superintendent Chris Fenster updates the Return to Learn planning in the Corning and Villisca School Districts, and reorganization efforts between the two schools
Essex School Superintendent Dr. Mike Wells recaps Wednesday night's Essex School Board meeting, including more discussion on the proposed East Gym renovation.