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Heartland Highways has been a WEIU-TV production since 2002. Over the years, we've introduced viewers to hundreds of unique people and interesting places in Illinois, Indiana and Missouri.
We're currently re-airing episodes of our 12th season of Heartland Highways, and you can also check out every season of the show on our YouTube channel. Also, we'd love for you to share your story ideas with us!
Season 12 Re-Airings
Episode 1207 - July 25, 2014
Nostalgia, history and recreation can be found in this episode of Heartland Highways! First, it’s off to the Vermillion County War Museum in Danville. Housed in the city’s original public library building, the museum displays memorabilia and artifacts from the Revolutionary War to Operation Iraqi Freedom. The next stop features scenic views. Merom, Indiana’s, Bluff Park overlooks the Wabash River and Illinois farm fields. The town itself is also home to several historic places we’ll tell you more about in the show. Finally, the Museum of Miniature Houses in Carmel, Indiana, features over 600 miniatures! The eye-catching details are a must-see!
Episode 1208 - Aug. 1, 2014
I-L-L, I-N-I! Paul Stone of Sullivan, Illinois, starts this episode off with his extensive collection of University of Illinois memorabilia. From souvenir cups to historic pieces, he’s got it all! Then, hop on over for nostalgia at its best as we take you to the small town of Flat Rock, Illinois, for the annual frog jumping contest. The episode closes out with a look at a historic Danville theater group called the Red Mask Players that has seen actors like Dick Van Dyke and others grace its stage throughout the years.
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