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After forty years, a staple in Sioux City broadcasting is stepping away from the microphone. The host of KSCJ's Open Line with Randy Renshaw, had his final show this morning in front of a crowd of family and fans at Charlie's American Grill. Randy says that his favorite part of the job was how he could never expect what may be coming next. "Different every day. There's not two days that were the same ever. And that's why I enjoyed it so much."
Fans came from all over for Randy's last broadcast - including one blind fan from Sioux Falls – who listened every day on a special radio. Bob Riibe of Sioux Falls says, "I have listened to Randy for 25 years, the kind good heart that he has and everything...it's just I need to be here because this is a time for me to show my appreciation."
Others tell us it was Randy's way of allowing them to speak their mind that what attracted them to the program. Larry Besch of Sioux City has listened since Randy first signed on and says, "He brought more of a town hall meeting type atmosphere to the people that would really have problems with our city or county government. He did a fantastic job of doing that."
So what's next for Randy? He says, "I might take a painting lesson, I might take a guitar lesson...I mean the horizon has a lot of potential. I just don't know how specific it is right now. I want to spend more time with my grandchild and my daughter. Gotta do that."
While Randy's duties as full time host may be over, he's not completely pulling the plug. Randy says he will still work as a fill–in host for Open Line.