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SIU President Randy Dunn
Richard Jurek discusses his memorabilia connected with the American space program.
Presidential historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin traces her love of storytelling.
Lawmakers discuss their reaction to Governor Pat Quinn's 2014 Budget Address.
Former Illinois Governor James R. Thompson talks about 50 years of Illinois politics.
Former U.S. Senator Alan Dixon about his years in office and his new book.
Pension reform and state university retiree health insurance plans are discussed
Jak Tichenor talks with U. S. Representative John Shimkus.
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Author/Blogger Patti Digh talks about her book "Life is a Verb".
Area lawmakers react to recently completed spring 2014 legislative session.
Murphysboro has the first dog park in southern Illinois.
Behesha Doan, founder and chief trainer at Extreme K-9.
Author Herb Russell
A look at the Ozark tours and founder L.O. Trigg
Jason Ringenberg talks SIU, Music, and Farmer Jason.
Jason Ringenberg sings It's Almost Enough
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