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Randy Miller Radio

A show featuring the observations and comedy of radio legend, Randy Miller as well as co-host and man about town, Michael Seward. Since his last radio station firing, Randy has finally found a way to keep a job: don't get one! This is the new frontier for radio.....no rules, no boss, and no appointments....truly ON DEMAND! Whether you're a newcomer or longtime listener, we hope you enjoy your daily encounter with one of entertainment's quickest wits and curious minds. Please check back often for stories, videos, favorite memories, and upcoming events! We would love to hear from you! Contact us at Michael@RandyMillerRadio.com. Thanks for listening!!
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Aug 15, 2017
#RaytownRoundUp
#RaytownRocks
#RaytownSally
3 Comments
  • over three years ago
    Penny Dotson
    I greatly enjoyed the interview. Much good history about Raytown. We have thousands of wonderful people living and thriving here. RHS64 🎓
  • over three years ago
    Bonnie Muir
    I'm a 4th generation Raytowner. My dad,
    WF Muir, owned Muir's Walgreen Parmacy for 49 yrs. - it was across the street from Fox's & probably 3x the size of Fox's also having a soda fountain 3x the size of Fox's. I still have a lot of the dishes & mixers. My dad had me ride in his Roundup parade entry when I was little & of course I started working there at age 12 til I was 22. My dad was born in Raytown, my mother moved here at about age 10. My parents graduated from Raytown I think about 1935, then married & lived in Raytown til their death. my older brother, Steve, graduated from Raytown in 1960, & my sister, Jeanie, & I graduated from Raytown South in 1965 & 1974. She still lives there. My great grandfather Greene was the 1st president of the Raytown bank. My Grandpa Muir owned a dairy farm on 63rd where the old silo was & also owned the town grocery store on Raytown Rd just north of Fox's where he was the butcher.
    My Aunt Frances Foster was the 1st PostMistress & then my uncle Forest Muir was the postmaster for about 50 yrs. The Greene & Muir families at one time owned about 1/3 of Raytown.
    I accept your apology (:
  • over three years ago
    Elaine Ecord Dull
    This was hilarious! Love classmate Mayor Mike! Proud of my hometown, RAYTOWN!
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