Earl R. Myers
(accompanied by daughter, Julia)
Date of Interview: February 23, 2017
Date of Interview: March 7, 2017
Bette Tolbert, former school board and library board member, paints a picture of life in St. Joseph’s South Side in the 1930s and ’40s.
Neal E. Arnold
Date of Interview: March 16, 2017
Date of Interview: May 9, 2017
Marshall White delves into some of the more interesting stories he has covered as a News-Press reporter, and also gives insight into downtown and neighborhood revitalization efforts in St. Joseph.
Date of Interview: May 18, 2017
Larry Flinchpaugh talks about growing up in St. Joseph in the 1950s and tells amusing stories about Flinchpaugh’s Reptile Gardens, which his family owned and operated.
Hon. Frank D. Connett
Date of Interview: May 26, 2017
The late Circuit Judge Frank Connett discusses a number of issues, including growing up in rural Buchanan County and his days as an assistant prosecutor — when one of his most memorable cases was the Bobby Greenlease slaying.
Date of Interview: July 14, 2017
Brooke Hickman talks about early German immigrants in the St. Joseph area and offers up some interesting insights on growing up here in the 1950s and ’60s.
Date of Interview July 21, 2017
Clyde Weeks, retired director of the Robidoux Row Museum, talks about the museum and the heyday of the Lake Contrary Amusement Park.
Bill Hoffman, Greg Murphy, and Bill Reiss. Interviewed by Terry Jordan.
Date of Interview June 4, 2019
Members of the popular St. Joseph rock band Liquid Fire discuss the group’s history and the effect Woodstock had on all of them.
Date of Interview April 23, 2019
A long-time resident of St. Joseph, Joe talks about St. Joseph from the turn of the century, through World War II, and the founding of Gray Manufacturing.