A podcast based in Republic, MO. Jake Wilburn interviews people of interest and influence who live and work in the city we love. The mission of this show is to keep the city of Republic grounded as it grows so everyone can get to know their neighbors.
The tables are turned as your usual host Jake Wilburn is interviewed by Clint Gerlek to give you a behind the scenes look at the show.
Matt Wilkie of Convoy of Hope shares his personal journey and how a world changing organization came to Republic.
Tereasa and Scott Scobee have joined with Lindsey Burtin to form the core of a movement to bring change and awareness to what many in the community say is a bullying problem in our schools. In this episode they outline the systemic challenges and the solutions they are advocating.
All about National Night Out on 8/2/22 at the Aquatic Center!
Are you a good neighbor? David Burton, County Engagement Specialist with the MU extension, talks about his good neighbor initiatives and the other smorgasbord of community enrichment opportunities offered by the MU extension.
Case Howard, co-owner of Black Lab Coffee and Inviktus Salons shares how he went from construction welder to Republic's favorite barista.
My guest for the finale of season one is my daughter, 9 year old Ava Wilburn. We talk about cliques and bullies, her interest in science and art, going to ICWF wrestling events here in Republic and Ava announces her own awesome idea for a podcast we plan to debut sometime next year.
Jason Shaw has a very open interview discussing the mission of the Tristen Hope Foundation which he formed after his son took his own life earlier this year.
Republic's State Representative Bishop Davidson shares about his interests and passions and what it is like to be a new legislator.
Jonathan Martz talks about pastoring a new Northpoint church plant in Republic. We also have fun talking about the St. Louis Arch and Mexican Villa.
Topics discussed with Jeff Ussery include: Being a "true son" of Republic, his time in Law Enforcement, working at Silver Dollar City, why he resigned from being the mayor, and how he came to faith in Christ.
Becky Lundin talks about the national guard, suicide awareness, gardening, being a CNA, and finally becoming a full time mom.
Becky Lundin shares her vison for Christmas on Main St and how you can help.
On this episode you'll hear from Republic residents Mark and Heather Priebe. As most of the listening audience is likely already aware, Officer Priebe was intentionally ruin over outside of the Springfield Police Department last year. Many people only know of Mark and Heather though the lens of the public outpouring of support after this horrific act. So while we do discuss it, I wanted to know more about how they met, their family...
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In order to tell the story of a crime, you have to turn back time. Every season, Investigative journalist Delia D'Ambra digs deep into a mind-bending mystery with the hopes of reigniting interest in a decades old homicide case.
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