OUR PODCAST



Creekside with Don and Jan
 is the official podcast of the Owl Creek Gazette.

Tune in to hear Don and Jan Stover, co-editors and publishers of the Owl Creek Gazette, as they co-host their weekly podcast, chatting about self-reliant living, out-of-box endeavors, family and community projects, local and regional happenings, Owl Creek Gazette events, a smattering of politics, the non-aggression principle and much more.

We invite you to give a listen to our current episode here as well as past episodes from September. Additional past episodes are archived online at owlcreekradio.podomatic.com 

New episodes are uploaded every Sunday night at 7pm and 
Creekside with Don and Jan is also available for your listening pleasure on iTunes, Spotify, and your Google Home Mini as well.

Note: Advertising opportunities are available on Creekside with Don and Jan. Scroll down to see our rates at the bottom of this page.


Sunday, November 3 ~ Episode 353
(actually recorded on Mon. Nov 4)


Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover chat how "Common Sense ain't so common." Join us as we explore the origins of "Use your common sense day" and hear quotes of historical figures that valued the practice. Happy Birthday to Jan's Mom as well - "Happy Birthday, Havie ... the Solutionator". Give a listen HERE
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Sunday, October 27~ Episode 352
(actually recorded on Mon. Oct 28)



 Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover chat about the cool content in the upcoming Nov/Dec issue of the Owl Creek Gazette and share some spooky/quirky Appalachian "ghost" stories for Halloween. Tune in by clicking HERE
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Sunday, October 20 ~ Episode 351
(actually recorded on Mon. Oct. 21)

Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover celebrate their 40th Wedding Anniversary and chat about some highlights of the occasion spent with family and friends.  Give a listen HERE
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Sunday, October 13 ~ Episode 350

Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover celebrate their 350th Episode with long time Owl Creek Gazette friends and supporters, Richard and Linda Barth. The couples share memories of their Creekside connections and chat about The Farm Hands, Washington County Partners for Pets and more. Click HERE to give a listen
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Sunday, October 6 ~ Episode 349
Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover recap their busy weekend featuring Greenville's ArtWalk and Harvest Festival, culminating in the 6th Annual Owl Creek Gazette Autumn Dinner! Tune in HERE for a lively conversation!


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Sunday, September 29 ~ Episode 348


Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover wish you all a Happy National Coffee Day today ... and invite you to celebrate INTERNATIONAL Coffee Day with them this Tuesday at their Creekside Community Brew Coffeehouse in Greenville, IL! PLUS the conversation includes coffee facts, news of the Owl Creek Gazette Autumn Dinner, Greenville's ArtWalk & Harvest Festival, and much more! Give a listen HERE.
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 Sunday, September 22 ~ Episode 347


Creekside co-hosts Don and Jan Stover chat with Research Librarian and Director of Trenton Public Library, Angie Chute, about her upcoming portrayal of Rebecca Boone (Daniel Boone's wife) at our October 5th Owl Creek Gazette Autumn Dinner. Tune in and give a listen HERE

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Sunday, September 15 ~ Episode 346

Four Episodes to Nirvana! In the mean time .. Creekside Co-hosts Don and Jan Stover get "lost" between Coffeen and Pana IL - Travel a dirt road or two and share news of our Creekside Community Brew Coffeehouse Grand Opening and Open House ... Listen In HERE

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Sunday, September 7ish ~ Episode 345

A quick romp through the September / October issue of the Owl Creek Gazette plus a few newsie happenings at the coffeehouse. (in the Episode that almost wasn't).  Listen In HERE

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Creekside with Don and Jan

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For more info on this opportunity, call 618-580-8766 

or email jan@owlcreekgazette and/or don@owlcreekgazette.com

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