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March 26-April 1, 2012
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  • Arizona is celebrating their centennial.  So Dakota talks to Arizona Historian Marshall Tremble about some of the early train robberies that took place in the territory.

Train Robbery

Marshall Tremble
Marshall Tremble


  • In the second half of the show Dakota talks to Jim MacGregor about two of the early Indian leaders…Geronimo and Alchesay.

Geronimo
Geronimo

Alchesay
Alchesay


  • We wrap up the show with Dakota presenting another Living the Code story.

Living the Code


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March 19-25, 2012
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  • Dakota starts the show with a conversation with Jim Bell of Cruise Vacations.  He’s with the agency that’s helping us put together the Following the Legends Cruise.

Cruise Ship

Jim Bell
Jim Bell


  • Then Dakota talks to John Goodwin, the President of Galaxy Publications, the company that publishes L. Ron Hubbard’s Pulp Fiction Books.

John Goodwin, the President of Galaxy Publications
John Goodwin, the President of Galaxy Publications


  • During the second half of the show Dakota talks to Phyllis de la Garza about another character from Arizona’s history.  This time it’s the Apache Kid.

Apache Kid
Apache Kid


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March 12-18, 2012
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  • Dakota talks to regular Bill O’Neal about one of the great Old West ranches that still continues today in providing exceptional cattle and horses…the King Ranch.

Richard King
Richard King


  • Although we don’t often hear about them, Blacks made significant contributions in the Old West.  Dakota talks to Art Burton about a great Black lawman…Bass Reeves.

Bass Reeves
Bass Reeves


  • This week we feature another song by Sons of the San Joaquin.

Sons of the San Joaquin
Sons of the San Joaquin


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March 5-11, 2012
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  • Dakota talks to Bill O’Neal about a topic he calls “Greasepaint & Gunpowder.”  It’s the story of the shooting of Maurice Barrymore, the Great Grandfather of Drew Barrymore.

Maurice Barrymore
Maurice Barrymore


  • Dakota takes a trip out to Barstow, California, and talks to Serena Steiner about an old silver town entertainment venue called Calico Ghost Town.

Calico Ghost Town

Serena Steiner
Serena Steiner


  • Sam DeLeeuw recites her poem “Hilda’s Bloomers.”

Sam DeLeeuw
Sam DeLeeuw


  • This week we feature a song by Sons of the San Joaquin.

Sons of the San Joaquin
Sons of the San Joaquin


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February 27-March 4, 2012
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  • Dakota starts the show by talking about what pioneers took with them on their trip westward.

Covered Wagons
Covered Wagons


  • Wyatt Earp expert Lee Silva and Dakota talk about Wyatt Earp’s time in Alaska.

Wyatt Earp
Wyatt Earp


  • Jim MacGregor and Dakota talk about a serial killer family by the name of the Benders.

Benders search for bodies
Benders search for bodies


  • This week we feature a song by Dave Stamey.

Dave Stamey
Dave Stamey


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