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Knox County

By on November 28, 2020

This week the show traveled to Edina Missourah, county seat of Knox County, to visit the historic courthouse and learn more about the area. Join County Assessor Anita James, Collector Brent Karhoff, Commissioner Ronnie Leckbee, and Presiding Commissioner Evan Glasgow as they discuss the county’s history, from famous residents to the Civil War and local […]

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Maries County

By on March 2, 2019

On this week’s episode of telling the history of Missouri one county at a time, the crew stopped in Maries County. Our host, Scott Faughn, was joined by Presiding Commissioner Victor Stratman, Historical Society members John Viessman and Laura Shermeyer and Steve Vogt, former Mayor of the City of Belle. Maries County was founded on […]

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Texas County

By on February 23, 2019

This week, we traveled to Houston, Mo., the county seat of Texas County. Our host, Scott Faughn, was joined by Associate Commissioner and MAC Board Member John Casey and Representative Robert Ross to help continue telling the history of Missouri one county at a time. Texas County was organized on February 14, 1845, after changing […]

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Oregon County

By on February 16, 2019

This week on the podcast, the crew is at the home of Irish Wilderness, Oregon County to continue telling the history of Missouri one county at a time. Our host, Scott Faughn, was joined by Presiding Commissioner Patrick Ledgerwood, Cooperative CEO Dan Singletary and Farm Bureau representative Jinks Wynn to help share the history and […]

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State Capitol

By on February 9, 2019

This week on Show Me Missourah, the crew is at the Show-Me State’s Capitol in the House Lounge where our host, Scott Faughn, is joined by Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, Bob Priddy and Dana Miller, to talk about the history of the capitol. “Much different town and much different capitol.” – Bob Priddy Kehoe was […]

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