Podcasts – Olio Radio of the Ozarks

Richard Pille presents an in-depth interview with local heroine Jillian Guthrie who has been one of the driving forces behind the rebirth and reorganization of the Carroll County Democratic Party. Richard and Jillian discuss her attempts to find a political home in Carroll County, the Old Guard’s cold should and closed door, and what she did about it. And what did she do? She persisted. Thanks to Jillian, and folks like her, the Carroll County Democratic is open for business—on both sides of the county

Richard Pille, Kent Crow, and Jeremiah Alvarado take a further look at the Carroll County Democrats. What more can they say about it? Plenty, it turns out. Hot Shots from Party Headquarters are rushing up to save the Status Quo, demands are made for change—as long as it looks like 1996—and party newbies gaze into a thousand yard stare. But look on the bright side! Crow says that life will go on, and Truth, Justice and the American Way shall prevail. Pille is not so sure, and Alvarado takes the 5th.

In a special episode of Olio Radio of the Ozarks, Mary Pat Boian interviews John Fuller Cross. They hop from topic to topic starting at history of the Fuller House and making their way at the end to the White River, Eureka Springs and Tourism.

Jeremiah Alvarado, Richard Pille, and Dan Krotz discuss the Carroll County Democratic Party’s Quarterly meeting. Officer elections were attempted, and then postponed. Eureka Springs’ Charles Templeton was elected Party Chair over Levi Phillips – Though the state may say otherwise. While Jeremiah and Richard fail to see a light at the end of the tunnel, Dan works to brighten their perspectives.

Richard Pille, Kent Crow, and Jeremiah Alvarado return this week to continue their discussion on protest movements. Afterwards they jump into conversation about “free press” and its importance (or lack thereof) to a free society.

Richard Pille, Kent Crow, and Jeremiah Alvarado sit down to discuss protests and the act of protesting. When and is it effective? Where is the youth? These are just a few questions Richard and Kent muse over while Jeremiah is disgruntled about the entire process. Have a question or comment? You can email OlioRadioOzarks@gmail.com or info@ozarkradiohour.com.

Dan Krotz covers the bases for regular hosts Richard Pille and Kent Crow as they conduct research on protest and protest movements. Dan also describes some new and planned improvements to the program and invites members of our various communities to be on the program. Valentine’s Day is celebrated and “All the News from Berryville” has a take on effective involvement with our political parties. Best of all, local hero Don Matt, accompanied by Scott Thompson, sings a wonderful song titled Load your Wagon. Folks, thanks for tuning in.

This week Mary Pat Boian and Jeremiah Alvarado sit down and talk with Jay Fusaro, Board President at the Good Shepherd Humane Society. They learn about what GSHS does for the animals in their care and some of the plans and goals that GSHS has for the future such as out-of-state adoptions, new outdoor kennels and an improved website. If you are looking to volunteer or adopt from the Good Shepherd Humane Society or just looking for more information call (479) 253-9188 or go to goodshepherd-hs.org.