Join hosts Jim Baker and Dale Moore for entertaining and informative insights into our unique culture on OzarksWatch Video Magazine, a weekly series that documents, presents and preserves the evolving heritage of the Ozarks. Episodes in the series increase a knowledge and understanding of the richness and complexity of the Ozarks region, while promoting a sense of place for residents and serving as an educational resource. OzarksWatch Video Magazine is a local production of Ozarks Public Television and Missouri State University.
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A unique and historic jail facility exists in Springfield, MO, the city’s old calaboose.
'Seldom Heard Music' with Mike Smith and Harry Moore showcases traditional Ozarks music.
Arkansas’ Buffalo River is designated America’s first national river.
Kelly’s Kountry Junction is a country music program produced in Joplin, Missouri
The Possum Holler Fiddlers practice and preserve traditional Ozarks music.
Musicians gather to celebrate Ozarks music traditions at the McDowell Gold Jubilee.
Brooks Blevins provides a snapshot of the many residents who call the Ozarks home.
Laura’s Memories, an outdoor pageant in Mansfield, MO celebrates Laura Ingalls Wilder
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