Join Scott as he travels down south to Wheatland, the county seat of Hickory County and birth place of Missouri Governor Mike Parson.
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Jefferson CountyBy admin on August 10, 2022
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 […]
Andrew CountyBy admin on July 6, 2022
This week Andrew County was the newest addition on the “Show Me Missourah” podcast, hosted by Scott Faughn.
Special episode with Judge Stephen Limbaugh & former Lt. Gov. Peter KinderBy admin on March 7, 2022
This Week in a special Show Me Missourah we sat down with Judge Stephen Limbaugh and former Lt. Governor Peter Kinder for a chat about all of Missouri history.
Clinton CountyBy admin on June 18, 2021
This week the show traveled to Clinton County, home of David Rice Atchison, a U.S. Senator who allegedly served as president of the United States for a day.
Perry CountyBy admin on November 21, 2020
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.
Franklin CountyBy admin on October 30, 2020
This week the show travelled to Franklin County to visit the historic courthouse and discuss local history.
Lafayette CountyBy admin on September 26, 2020
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.
Clark CountyBy admin on September 19, 2020
The show traveled to Clark County to discuss history, courthouses, schools, geography, and more on this week’s episode of Show Me Missourah.
Freshman Senator Series: Jason BeanBy admin on September 12, 2020
The show traveled to Bean and Bean Cotten in Pemiscot County to discuss COVID-19, elections, local schools, county history, and more.