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Cumulus Media announces that it has appointed Danielle Norwood as co-host of the KMAJ-FM/Majic 107.7 Morning Show. Norwood joins host Shawn Knight on-air beginning Feb. 22. The show airs 5:30-10 am weekdays. Norwood was recently named “Best Local Radio Personality” in the Topeka Capital-Journal’s “Best Of” Awards for the second year in a row. She has also been recognized by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters for several years for her daily television talk show on KTWU-TV, which highlights nonprofit organizations and special events in Topeka and northeast Kansas. Norwood joins Cumulus Topeka after six years hosting “The Danielle Norwood Show” for Alpha Media’s WIBW AM 580/FM News 104.9. Cumulus Topeka’s Amber Lee, operations manager and program director, said: “Danielle is someone I’ve admired in radio and in our local community for several years.” Norwood said: “I’m so excited to be co-hosting the morning show on Majic 107.7 and to be joining the team at Cumulus! This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that I am blessed to receive.” Norwood has served on several local community boards, including the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Let’s Help! and the Topeka Community Foundation’s Grant Advisory Committee.

Steve Noble

Mammoth Sports Construction on Wednesday announced retiring Seaman school superintendent Steve Noble will join its team as director of business development on July 1. Noble will bring more than 30 years of experience as a Kansas educator and coach to Mammoth, spending the past six years at Seaman. “Steve’s experience as a teacher, coach, principal and superintendent is a perfect fit for Mammoth and we’re thrilled to have him on the team to keep serving communities and students in a new way,” said Mammoth President Jake Farrant. Noble and his family will remain in the Topeka area for a year while his daughter completes her senior year at Seaman. They will then move to the Wichita area where he will make connections with superintendents and boards across the state. Noble was a member of the Kansas Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, Kansas Principals Association and on the board of directors at the Kansas School Superintendents Association. He is president of the United School Administrators of Kansas. He is a graduate of Pittsburg State University.

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