Posted in American Countryside Indiana

A Shrine of Sorts

It’s just an old high school gym – built in 1921 and replaced in 1966, but it never was torn down, thanks to the efforts…

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In the Stadium with Denny Matthews

A major league baseball team plays 162 games in a season, but it’s rare any one player will play all of those contests.  However, today’s…

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Keeping Baseball Interesting

When a baseball broadcaster has to describe a game that is lackluster at best, they may resort to talking about all kinds of things to…

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A Career Talking About Baseball

Some of you know that one of my favorite times of the year is when baseball season begin.  So, with that season upon us once…

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The Effects of Asian Citrus Psyllid

There’s a good chance you’ve never heard of the Asian Citrus Psyllid. It’s one of those names that’s hard to say once, let alone several…

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The Challenges Within the Orange Industry

Perhaps you have a glass of orange juice in the morning; but did you know the state known for producing that product has had many…

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Posted in American Countryside Best of California

A History of Palm Springs

When the rails came through this stretch of dry wilderness, the only people living here were the Cahuilla Indians. What became of the train depot…

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Posted in American Countryside Best of Maryland

The Phoenix Shot Tower

When the Phoenix Shot Tower was constructed in 1828, it was the tallest building in the nation.  It still stands today…and many residents of this…

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The Tallest Building In America (in 1828)

It was the tallest building in the country in 1828…a skyscraper of its day.  We’ll go there and take a look at what helped make…

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The Father of Arizona

On the north edge of Florence, AZ you’ll find a small outcropping once known as Primrose Hill.  Today there is a small pyramid of stones…

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A High School of Criminals

Most high school’s hope to turn out classes of top notch students.  This school consistently produces a new crop of criminals…but that’s all right with…

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Getting Farmers in Touch With One Another

You’ve seen their corny yet funny commercials on tv and you may their jingle stuck in your head.  How did it all begin?  Join me…

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Connecting People With Each Other

Imagine meeting someone for the first time and getting married to them two week later.  It’s just one of the amazing stories Jerry Miller has…

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A Guy Named Jerry Miller

People often ask, do you really travel to all the places you feature on the show.  The answer is yes, but today, we make an…

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History and Heritage

There was a time when one’s heritage and culture was repressed in school.  As time passed, many places realized that it was important not to…

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A Museum That Share the Heritage of Its People

This museum tells of the heritage of a people…but one of the most striking things to me is the ability to make something out of…

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Posted in American Countryside North Dakota

The Story of Louie L’amour

If you’re like me, you probably heard many fascinating tales from your grandparents when you were a kid.  Their stories of living history were something…

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Posted in American Countryside North Dakota

Limpy Jack

Today’s feature is about a man named Limpy Jack.  With a name like that, I suppose we already have you hooked.  This is the story…

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History in Jamestown, North Dakota

Many forts on the high plains came and went as needs for protection passed.  One such fort can be found in Jamestown, North Dakota and…

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The Jamestown Courthouse

In Jamestown, North Dakota you will find a grand old courthouse that was an important part of the statehood process.  The fact his courthouse is…

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