Marideth Sisco

Host of "These Ozarks Hills"

KSMU's monthly series "These Ozarks Hills" features stories about people and places in the Ozarks collected and presented by long-time journalist Marideth Sisco. In this installment, Marideth introduces us to a singer whose songs remind us of times gone by.

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KSMU's monthly series "These Ozarks Hills" features stories about people and places in the Ozarks collected and presented by long-time journalist Marideth Sisco. In this installment, Marideth gives us some highlights from the National Audio Theatre Festival that took place in West Plains in late June.

KSMU's monthly series "These Ozarks Hills" features stories about people and places in the Ozarks collected and presented by long-time journalist Marideth Sisco. In this installment, Marideth reflects on preservation and introduces us to a "rose rustler" who collects antique roses from cemeteries.

In this installment of our series, Marideth Sisco speaks to us from her farm north of West Plains. She tells us more about her family history and shares several Ozarks stories.

KSMU's new monthly series "These Ozarks Hills" will feature stories about people and places in the Ozarks collected and presented by long-time journalist Marideth Sisco. Over a 20 year span, she worked as a reporter for the West Plains newspaper "The Quill." To begin our series, KSMU's Missy Shelton spoke with Marideth about her own history in the Ozarks and the stories she loves to tell.

Marideth Sisco grew up in Barry County.

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