Stories of the Heartland is a radio series broadcast daily that features the people, industries and events that shaped the Heartland and in so doing made us who we are today. Some of the Stories are local, some are national and some are International.
From the homesteaders, to the robbers to robber barons the people made us who we are. Some people rose from little to dizzying heights like the Wallace's of Iowa.
The holidays that are celebrated vary from country to country but in each are important to the people who reside there. The Fourth of July is an example.
There were industries that affected what we became such as the Cattle Industry, the Steam Boats, the Rail Roads and our first mass consumed entertainment Vaudeville.
The monuments we create tell us who we were but at the same time shape us into the people we will become. The stone carvings at Mount Rushmore are one.
Stories of the Heartland-1322 South Newton Street-Sioux City- Iowa-51106 www.javtv.com