Donn Emis returned to KMZU/KAOL in March of 2010 as Sports Director and came to Carrollton in part to spearhead the process of launching 1430 Sports KAOL as an all-sports station.With KAOL up and running Donn moved into an afternoon role on KMZU for several years. In 2013 he returned to mornings, a gig he had held on The Farm from 1988-1994. Donn keeps you company weekdays from 6 until 10 a.m. Donn is glad to be back in the area where he grew up (Corder, MO and a Higginsville High School graduate)…after being in Northwest Arkansas since 1998. Donn has been married to Judy (for 37 years) and has 3 daughters (Krista, Erin and Moriah) and one granddaughter (Jadyn). His parents (Glenn and Dorothy Emis) still live in Corder.
KMZU “MORNING CHALLENGE”
(“Chuckwagon” Week) (Nat’l Championship Chuckwagon Races-Labor Day Weekend)
What does “Chuck” mean?
(Food-for Cowboys on the Wagon Train)
What animal normally pulled the Chuckwagons?
(Mules or Oxen)
A Chuckwagon cook was usually 2nd in Command on a Wagon Train. Who was 1st in Command?
(Trail Boss-Wagon Master-Trail Master-Captain)
Chuckwagons had a canvas cover. What was this called?
(Bonnet) (Treated with linseed oil to repel rain and keep items dry)