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The Cold War

When the Soviet Union launched Sputnik into space in the late 1950s, it put the U.S. on notice that the realm of outer space was…

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The Other Minutemen

The first minutemen where the soldiers at Lexington and Concord – those who fired those shots heard ‘round the world.  About two centuries later there…

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Balancing School and Acting

It’s tough balancing school with acting in the movies.  But that’s exactly what today’s guests are doing – and they are speaking two languages as…

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Giving Kisses

Today’s guest has a most interesting job.  He gives many kisses to many ladies and people like to follow his intriguing life.  What’s his story?…

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The King of Marriage

Tom Mix was known as the King of the Cowboys, starring in over 300 films from 1910 to 1935. He might also be the king…

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The King of the Cowboys: Tom Mix

He was king of the cowboys, a real-life ranch hand that won the hearts of the nation with his amazing feats on Tony the Wonder…

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A Lifetime Opportunity

It was quite an opportunity – manage a farm for two decades and then be given nearly 10,000 acres of land in return.  That was…

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Bonanza Farms

They were some of the largest farms on the continent.  Called bonanza farms, they stretched for thousand of acres and employed hundreds to till the…

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When Life Throws You Lemons

When life throws you a lemon, you make lemonade.  Mark certainly has plenty of lemons…but he doesn’t have to make them into lemonade to compete. …

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A Citrus Packer

You’ve probably bought their fruit and not even realized it.  This is a family owned citurs packer that grows, packs, markets and ships around the…

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Using Concerts To Give Back To Towns

Jason loves singing music all across the Midwest.  But there was something on his mind.  He kept seeing towns that needed a little extra help…

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From Church to Concert Series

Jason grew up singing on the farm and in church each Sunday.  It led him to make it a career.  But there’s much more to…

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One of the Most Famous Americans

His work helped teach an entire nation to read and write within a matter of just a few years.  In a moment we introduce you…

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Daniel Boone Working For Another Country

Daniel Boone is one of the most famous American frontiersman.  But when he crossed the Mississippi River, he went to work for a country other…

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One of the Oldest Cities on the Mississippi

It’s one of the oldest and largest cities on the Mississippi River…and although some may have heard of names like Laclede and Chateau…why did they…

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A World Food Prize Winner

What the Oscars and Emmys are to movie and TV, the World Food Prize is to the world of agriculture.  It is awarded to those…

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A Visit with the CTO

You’ve heard of a CEO or a COO, but what’s a CTO?  It’s a very big and important title to the entire world when you…

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A Community Valuing Those Who Passed Through

It was a tremendous meal that had to be prepared, every day, for about three years.  And it was all provided free of charge by…

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A Stop in Aberdeen, South Dakota

When the Unites States when to war in the 1940, thousands of troops began to criss-cross the country headed to Europe or perhaps headed west…

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The Home of a Founding Father

Perhaps you’ve visited places like Mt. Vernon and Monticello, homes of founding fathers Washington and Jefferson.  If you travel to Katonah, New York you’ll find…

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