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Not a Covered Bridge

Most people see this structure and think it’s just a covered bridge.  That answer is partially correct.  When you uncover the details about what you…

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The Power Source Before Electricity

Today we flip a switch and use electricity to run most conveniences around our homes and businesses.  However, before the days of electricity, this power…

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Getting From One Point to Another

In the days before roads crisscrossed the nation, rivers served as one of the best ways to get from one point to another.  And when…

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All Kinds of Currencies

One, five, ten, twenty? Those are the denominations of bills we normally see when paying for items. Now imagine that not only were there more…

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Clean Water and Good Health

Clean water is an important part of maintaining good health.  So it may seem odd to us today that thousands of people once drank some…

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Pluto…But Not the Planet…or the Disney Character

For most of us, the name Pluto is recognized as the name of a planet, or whatever they are calling it these days, or a…

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A Town With An Unusual Name

It’s one of the most unusual town names you’ll find in the nation.  But when you dig a little deeper you’ll see there was good…

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A Beloved War Correspondent

When this journalist died, the president of the United States personally took to the airwaves to announce his death to the nation.  The beloved correspondent…

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Reporting The ‘Common Man’ During World War II

When America sent troops to war during World War II, this man was there, alongside the infantry and reporting the role of the common man…

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A Fellow American Countryside Traveler

I must admit, I feel a kinship with the person we feature today.  For he too was a traveler of the American Countryside.  Someone who…

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The Nuisance That Made People Look Up

At first people thought it was as nuisance.  But there was little anyone could do about it.  And after awhile, the nuisance seemed to grow…

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Looking Up at The Courthouse

The county courthouse is the centerpiece of many town squares across the country.  But the square in Decatur County, Indiana is one that has many…

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A Beautiful Museum Looking For a New Home

Today may be a first in the 20 plus years of our broadcasts.  A recent interview took an interesting twist when I learned that one…

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A Knick-Knack Purchase That Grew Into a Collection

Perhaps some husbands listening to this show have been told that if they want to bring a certain knick-knack home for a trip, then they…

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Leonardo’s Most Famous Painting

In 1495 Leonardo Da Vinci began work on a painting that all of us have seen.  In fact, it’s his picture that  most of us…

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Baking Powder & the Indy 500

Maybe you’ve heard of the Clabber Girl brand of baking powder.  It’s been around for over a century.  But perhaps you didn’t know it’s connection…

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Clabber Girl

Perhaps you think a story about baking powder would be quite bland, but the tale of these two brothers is one that still very much…

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A Route to Healing

It’s sometimes difficult to forgive someone.  In this case, Eva was willing to forgive the perpetrators of murders against her family and thousands of others. …

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Taken From Mother’s Arms

Their story is one that will make you cry.  Ten year old twin girls, taken from their mothers arms – in an instant their entire…

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Holocaust Survivor Eva Kor

Today we begin a three part series with Eva Kor, a Holocaust survivor with a story you won’t want to miss… SharePrintEmail

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