Scott heads to “Freedom Lovin” Franklin County to continue his series visiting with retiring state senators. In this episode Scott sits down to talk with Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz. Sen. Schatz tells Scott about his time in the Senate as well as other parts of his public service. Sen. Schatz also talks about […]
Listen in as Scott sits down to talk with Sen. Paul Wieland about his past with public service and his time in the Missouri Legislature.
Our host Scott Faughn traveled to Annapolis to discuss South Iron sports and rivalries at the South Iron High School, home of the South Iron Panthers.
This week, we traveled to Jefferson County. Host Scott Faughn sat down at Jefferson College – Arnold in Arnold, Mo. with some people who could share the history of Jefferson County best. Former Governor Jay Nixon and former Senator Ryan McKenna joined the show with Mike Husky, president of Jefferson County Farm Bureau. Jefferson County is […]
This week Andrew County was the newest addition on the “Show Me Missourah” podcast, hosted by Scott Faughn.
Camden County was founded in 1841 and named Kinderhook County and renamed Camden County in 1843 after Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden, Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom and leader of the British Whig Party.
Harrison County was founded in 1845 and is named after U.S. Representative Albert G. Harrison of Missouri. Currently, the population is 8,157 and the county seat is the city of Bethany. Harrison county is located in the great northwest of Missouri and borders Iowa to the north. Commissioner Mike Smith sat down with Scott Faughn […]
This week Harrison County was the newest addition on the “Show Me Missourah” podcast, hosted by Scott Faughn. Ozark County was formed back in 1841, and since then has grown to its current population of 8,553+ residents, reigning over 755 square miles. The county seat is the city of Gainesville, the largest city in the […]
This week Grundy County was the newest addition on the “Show Me Missourah” podcast, hosted by Scott Faughn. Grundy County was formed back in 1841, and since then has grown to its current population of over 9,500 residents. The entire county covers 483 square miles, with seven towns residing in it, and the seat of […]
This week were in Cape Girardeau County with Judge Stephen Limbaugh, Presiding Commissioner Clint Tracy, and Farm Bureau President Laura Nothdurft talk all things Cape County.