Making Democracy Work

Monday, 9:30 a.m.

The League of Women Voters of Southwest Missouri brings you this weekly program, which covers a variety of topics related to the Ozarks and democracy.

This week on Making Democracy Work host Allison Cash speaks with three representatives from Nixa Public Schools. Dr. Josh Chastain: Executive Director of Digital Learning, Dr. Kevin Kopp: Executive Director of Elementary Education, and Sarah Knight: Instructional Technology Coordinator.

    This week on Making Democracy Work, host Crystal Brigman Mahaney interviews Kay Mills. Mills is the Missouri Field Organizer for Moms Clean Air Force, a non-profit organization of parents working to combat air pollution and climate change issues.

Public Administrator: Guardian and Conservator

Jun 6, 2016,_Missouri

This week host Lois Zerrer speaks with Greene County Public Administrator, and Missouri State University graduate David Yancey.

Covered topics include the duties of a public administrator, how the position is filled, and what steps are taken to have a person placed under the authority of the public administrator’s office.

9-1-1 in Missouri

May 31, 2016

This week on Making Democracy Work host Lisa Langley speaks with Zim Schwartze, the Springfield, MO/Greene County 9-1-1 Communications Director regarding the history and current standing of the 9-1-1 system in Missouri.

Follow along as Lisa Langley finds out how 9-1-1 is funded in Missouri along with some interesting logistical facts regarding what services Greene County 9-1-1 offers the public.

Ozark Greenways: Connecting Springfield With Nature

May 23, 2016
Ozark Greenways

Ozark Greenways celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with a series of special events to showcase the various trails in and around Springfield, including a special National Trails Day event on Saturday, June 4 to link up two existing trails, a first for this trail system!