On Our Radar

Fulton's Brick District the day before the 2017 Solar Eclipse. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

On Our Radar (Autumn 2017)

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By Laura (Abernathy) Huffman As I drove north to Jefferson City both Friday and Saturday I noticed that Mother Nature has began turning the page from summer to fall. Father Time reminded me that there is more to see and do in Missouri’s rural spaces than there are weekends left in the year. Here are our recommendations of places to…

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Discovery’s “Darkness” Filmed in Pulaski County, Missouri

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By Laura (Abernathy) Huffman It’s easy to imagine that Discovery channel’s Nielsen ratings will be out of this world in Pulaski County, Missouri this Wednesday night. Following new episodes of “Naked and Afraid”, “Darkness” kicks off a two night survival event. The premiere episode was filmed at an undisclosed cave location in Pulaski County in the Ozark Mountains in early…

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A Historical Historic Event- America’s Holy Trinity of Conservation

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An event that markets itself as “A Historical Historic Event” is bound to catch my attention. As a self-avowed history geek I sure am glad that it did. America’s Holy Trinity of Conservation is one of my most anticipated events of 2017. I had never imagined that I would have the opportunity to meet Aldo Leopold, John Muir, and Henry…

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Population 91’s “3 For 17”

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by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman Population 91 will be hitting the highways and back roads of the Ozarks and Missouri in 2017 to bring you stories of unique festivals, forgotten histories, one of a kind museums, and Mother Nature’s scenic wonders. Here are our most anticipated events for the next year: 49th Annual Dogwood-Azalea Festival April 20-23, 2017 Charleston, Mississippi County,…

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Westphalia Pizza Company-Review Preview

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Read our Westphalia Pizza Company review here first! Little Italy In Little Germany! Westphalia is a quaint village steeped in it’s German heritage- and a surprising place to find one of my all-time favorite pizzas. Main Street, or Haupstrasse, will lead you to the top of one of Westphalia’s beautiful Ozark hills and to the former blacksmith shop that now…

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