Dr. Hal Higdon is going on his fifteenth year as chancellor of Ozarks Technical Community College. The legacy he’s leaving at the school is one of compassion and customer service for its over 20,000 students.
John Lindell is the lead pastor of James River Church, a buzzing congregation of over 60,000 people who attend services both in-person and online. Lindell talks with Michael Gibson to discuss leading his church and the story behind his new book called New Normal: Experiencing God’s Best for Your Life releasing April 20, 2021.
Kerstin Linquist is living her broadcasting dreams as a host for QVC. She’s been on the air with numerous celebs like Jamie Foxx, the Property Brothers, and even singer Katy Perry. Find out what makes her job so rewarding.
The Lennon Sisters danced and sang their way into America’s heart on The Lawrence Welk Show as little girls. They became top talent continuing to perform on television, as well as Las Vagas and Branson, MO. Today, they are still performing and providing audiences with a nostalgic nod to the past.
Local fisherwoman turned children’s author Vannetta Groeteke has written a book about growing up fishing with her grandpa in the Ozarks. Proceeds from the book will go towards Fish for Tales. A local organization that helps children with special needs learn to fish.
Ethan Forhetz and his wife, Sara Forhetz said goodbye to KY3 after 15 years at the station. Michael Gibson caught up with Ethan and asked him about some special memories during his time at The Place to Be.
Chocolatier Shawn Askinosie knows a thing or two about feeding your soul. The work he does with Askinosie Chocolate does good work all over the world. Sharing his experience of finding work that feeds his soul, alongside his daughter Lawren Askinosie, the father-daughter duo wrote a book to help others find the same joy they share.
Award-winning photographer and filmmaker Randy Bacon has a passion for capturing the beauty of people through his camera lens. His photos of people can be seen in his latest gallery called “The Road We Call Home” in art museums in various locations across America.