on our Weekly Radio Edition...
June 27-July 3, 2016
Nelson Story is one of Jim MacGregor’s favorite Old West characters.
He tells us about this man.
Jeff Broome tells us the ordeal of Susanna Alderdice
during the Kansas Indian War.
June 20-26, 2016
Dakota has a conversation with B.J. Alderman about
how Old West lawmen’s wives were important to his success.
Bill O’Neal tells us about one of his favorite Old West characters,
Tom Horn, a man who was both good and bad.
Our music this week is
"With A 44 In My Hand" by Marvin O'Dell & Kip Kalahan.
Kip Kalahan & Marvin O'Dell
June 13-19, 2016
Chris Enss tells us about an Indian woman by the name of Mochi
who got revenge for the Fetterman Massacre.
Chris Enss with Dakota
Dakota and Jim MacGregor continue their discussion from last week
about pioneers coming out west and establishing a homestead.
Going Out West
Our music this week is by Juni Fisher.
June 6-12, 2016
Bob Alexander talks to us about
the desperadoes of the 1800’s southwest.
Dakota and Jim MacGregor discuss what was involved
when people in the 1800’s decided to go out west in a covered wagon.
Going Out West
Our music this week is by
Michael Martin Murphey and by Dave Stamey.
Michael Martin Murphey
May 30-June 5, 2016
Erik Wright tells us about Mickey Free,
a young boy who was kidnapped by Indians.
Dakota talks to Jim Dunham about the guns used by outlaws and lawmen.
They were on the cutting edge of development.
May 23-29, 2016
Chris Enss talks to Dakota about women who came out west
to marry men they have never met.
In the second half of the show Justin Lenhart
tells us about the settling of the Oklahoma Territory.
Oklahoma Land Rush
Our music this week is "I Can't Complain" by Juni Fisher.
May 16-22, 2016
Western Writer’s Association member Bill Markley talks to us
about the Old West and some of the books he’s written.
In the second half of the show Bill O’Neal makes the case
for Texas being the Old West gunfight capital.
May 9-15, 2016
Lee Anderson and Dakota talk about the Old West
and how things have changed over the years.
In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor tells us about the death
of Albert Fountain and his son, and who he thinks killed them.
We feature the song "Red Velvet Slippers" by Juni Fisher.
May 2-8, 2016
Dakota and Don Mays, the proprietor of the Possible Shop,
talk about black powder firearms.
In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor
tells us about one of the most vicious families of the Old West…The Benders.
We feature the song "El Paso" by Marty Robbins.
April 25-May 1, 2016
Dakota talks to David Grasse about lawman Perry Owens
and one of the most dramatic shootouts of the Old West.
In the second half of the show James McLaird demythologizes Calamity Jane.
We feature the songs "Hollbrook Shootout" by Due West Trio and also
"Me & Martha" by Junie Fisher.
Due West Trio