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Hidden History

Couple say they purchased the property and donated it as a way to give back to the community MARSHFIELD, MO. - Among the hustle and...

A Small Town Treasure

Cooky’s has been serving up home cooking since 1942 GOLDEN CITY, MO. - On a winding, curvy, country highway in Southwest Missouri, which leads to...

An Oasis in the Heart of the Ozarks

Ha Ha Tonka began as a businessman’s retreat Nestled between the Missouri cities of Lake Ozark and Camdenton, is an enchanted lakeside oasis of exquisite...

Built for Life

Jim Litty has been building custom knives of all types for 40 years Custom knife maker Jim Litty crafted his first knife in 1975. “I remember...

One of the Best Kept Secrets in the Ozarks

Fellows Lake Marina opened in 1958, three years after the lake was completed Some people have lived in Springfield, Mo., and the surrounding area for...

Remnants of a Time Gone By

Former courthouse in Pulaski County, Mo., now serves as a museum for local artifacts Pulaski County is home to one of two remaining Route 66...

Museums Represent a Unique Look at Regional History

An old jail and a family collection are the focal points of two museums in Vernon County, Mo. Nevada, Mo., was the Bushwhacker Capital before...

There’s a Castle…  In Fordland, Mo. 

Chateau Charmant began as a labor of love, but is now a part of the community Nestled in a serene corner of Christian County, Mo.,...

The Strangest Dwelling in the Ozarks

Quigley’s Castle began as a woman’s dream home EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK. - Just outside of Eureka Springs, Ark., tucked secretly down a gravel country road,...

A Weaver of Many Tales

Retirement isn’t part of the plan for 81-year-old Carl Trahan-True You probably won’t find a more versatile person in the small community of Shirley, Ark.,...
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