A Window Seat to History

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Privately-owned railroad gives passengers a unique look at the Ozarks  When railroads gained prominence in the 1800s they ushered in the industrial revolution. Nowadays it’s...

Magic in the Minerals

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Fair Haven Park was once the site of a mineral spring that drew crowds FAIR HAVEN, MO. - What did people use for medicine in...

Honoring Decades of Service

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25-foot tall, bronze statue memorializes Bass Reeves in Fort Smith, Ark. FORT SMITH, ARK. - Park Ranger Cody Faber has seemingly heard every story surrounding...

Rescuing History

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The Plaza Theater and the Barco Drive-In continue to entertain  LAMAR, MO. - The Plaza Theater in Lamar, Mo., originally opened in 1934 with the movie...

A ‘Fix-it Witch’

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Clarence Woodward began working on “everything” at a young age  STILWELL, OKLA. - When Clarence Woodward of Stilwell, Okla., was in third grade, he moved...

The Home of Truman

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The birthplace of Missouri’s only president welcomes guests LAMAR, MO. - What kind of house is considered “credible” for the President of the United States...

Celebrating Craig County, Okla.

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The Eastern Trail Museum features artifacts and displays highlighting local history  VINITA, OKLA. - Long before Oklahoma became a state in 1907, the community of Vinita,...

A Little-Known Treasure

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The Air and Military Museum in Springfield, Mo., is a treasure trove of U.S. Military history and more SPRINGFIELD, MO. - A little-known museum in...

Something for Everyone

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Dick’s 5 & 10 has offered customers a unique experience and unique merchandise for 60 years BRANSON, MO. - There are many reasons why Branson,...

Serving the Community since 1905

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Pearl Brothers offers hometown service  JOPLIN, MO. - Pearl Brothers Hardware store in Joplin, Mo., has been around since 1905, although it has not always...
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