Missouri's history. County by county.
Join Scott Faughn as he travels the Show Me State, learning about each county and its history from local leaders.
This week the show traveled to Doniphan, the seat of Ripley County. Join Scott Faughn, Presiding Commissioner Jesse Roy, and Ripley County Farm Bureau President Stephen Smith as they discuss everything from the county’s founding to what it looks like today.
We traveled to Centerville, the seat of Reynolds County, for this week's show.
Scott Faughn joins Presiding Commissioner Joe Loyd, Second District Commissioner Eddie Williams, and Carol Santhuff and Norma Wakefield of the Reynolds County Genealogy and Historical Society to discuss the county, from the story of its founding to the impact of Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park.
The history of Missouri, one county at a time.
Scott Faughn travels to Harrison County to meet with the county commissioner, Mike Smith to talk about Harrison's rich history.
Scott Faughn travels to Ozark County, home of Senator Karla Eslinger, to meet with her and other special guests to talk about the history and beauty of Ozark county.
Scott Faughn travels to Trenton in Grundy County to meet with the county commissioners, Philip Ray (presiding), Don Sager (1st District), and Brad Chumbley (2nd district), to talk about the history that has formed the county.
Special Episode with Gary Kremer
Special guest Gary Kremer, the current executive director of the Missouri State Historical Society, joins Scott Faughn on this week's episode.