This week Scott sat down with Laclede County Presiding Commissioner Randy Angst, Western District Commissioner Darrell Pollock, The Missouri Times editor Kaitlyn Schallhorn, Allison Dorris and Director Cathy Dame with the Lebanon-Laclede County Library, Sam Allen with the Laclede County Sheriffs Department, Lebanon High School teacher Kate Sooter, and local historian Donald Wraith. Listen for […]
The show traveled to Truman University in Kirksville, Missouri, the seat of Adair County, for this week’s episode of Show Me Missourah.
This week the show traveled to Palmyra, the seat of Marion County, to learn more about one of the state’s most unique counties.
Scott Faughn joins local historian David Wilson, Presiding Commissioner David Lomax, Rep. Louis Riggs, and Henry Sweets with the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum to discuss the county’s founding, its two courthouses, Civil War battles, Twain’s youth and influence on the country, broadband access, and what the area looks like today.
This week the show traveled to Macon Missourah, the seat of Macon County. Named for Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Macon, the northern county was the 56th founded in the state. Join Presiding Commissioner Alan Wyatt, Associate Commissioner Kevin Souther, historian Bill Hall, and Macon County Historical Society’s George Morgenweck and Cindy Riley as they walk […]
This week the show traveled to Fredericktown, the seat of Madison County, to visit the courthouse and learn more about the county’s history. Join John Bennett and Lon Rehkop of the Madison County Historical Society, Scott Bates of the Battle of Fredericktown Civil War Museum, and 2nd District Commissioner Larry Kemp as they discuss everything […]
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 […]
This week the show traveled to Perryville Missourah, the seat of Perry County, to visit the historic courthouse and learn more about one of the state’s oldest organized counties.
Rep. Glenn Kolkmeyer, County Clerk Linda Niendick, and attorney Jennifer Kerr joined Scott to talk about county history, geography, local politics, and more on Show Me Missourah.
The show traveled to Clark County to discuss history, courthouses, schools, geography, and more on this week’s episode of Show Me Missourah.
The show traveled to Bean and Bean Cotten in Pemiscot County to discuss COVID-19, elections, local schools, county history, and more.
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 […]
Gary Kremer spoke with Scott Faughn about the state of Missouri, specifically its rich history.