Now that fall is here, you'll probably start to see fewer birds in your yard. If you do happen to see some of our feathered friends, one woman has some tips to keep them returning. Bob Phillips has her story in this week's Phillips Files Revisited.
It's not uncommon for people to take up a hobby, but it's not often when that hobby can turn into a job. In tonight's Phillips Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us a man who did just that.
The Native American culture is important to the Four State region. Nearly 60 years ago, an Oklahoma man took on a major project to honor that culture and its history. In tonight's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips takes us to Totem Pole Park.
This week Bob Phillips introduces us to a Neosho man who is a bullet artist.
In tonight's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips brings us the story of the man many people called the "Million Dollar Indian."
In tonight's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips shows us how a local musician was able to overcome a major obstacle and take his talents to a new level.
History has long been important to residents in McDonald County. It's especially true when you step inside the old courthouse in Pineville. In tonight's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips introduces us to the woman who helped bring the past of this small town to life.
In this week's Phillip's Files Revisited, Bob Phillips introduces us to a man with a large collection of antique instruments.
In the 90's, Oren Claiborne was laid off from the ammunition plant. Fast-forward 30 years, and he's still hard at work. We caught up with Oren who tells us success is all about trying.
In this week's Phillip's File Revisited, Bob Philips shows us a local man who wouldn't let a disability stop him from working hard for his family.