inside The CRS Daily Buzz (2/18)

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KCLR's Teresa Davis Retires

Zimmer KCLR (Clear 99)/Columbia, MO PD/middayer Teresa Davis has retired after more than 20 years. Davis joined the station for nights in 1990 and rose to PD in '95. "I came to this decision after many hours of prayer and talks with friends and family," Davis says in a message on the station's website. "I can't tell you how excited I am to see the plan God has for me in the coming years. I just hope it's as rewarding as the last 24 have been." Read more here; reach Davis here. Meanwhile, Dir./Programming & New Media Jamie Mac has taken over day-to-day programming of the station. Plans for a permanent replacement are expected later this year. Reach Mac here. Former Cox Top 40 WAPE/Jacksonville swing talent Ali Stephens has joined for middays and can reached here.