That Podcast in Hutch

That Podcast in Hutch explores the people, places, and events that make Hutchinson a vibrant and engaging community. We’ll step beyond the headlines, to hear the real-life stories from our community and develop a deeper understanding of policy and people.

That Podcast in Hutch explores the people, places, and events that make Hutchinson a vibrant and engaging community. We’ll step beyond the headlines to hear real-life stories from our community and develop a deeper understanding of policy and people.


All Episodes

TPiH 58 – Slade Templeton

This episode of That Podcast in Hutch reaches back a way...

TPiH 57 – Pippin Williamson

We’re excited to launch our next season of That Podcast In...

TPiH 56 – Beyond Barriers

In this episode of That Podcast in Hutch, I visit with...

TPiH 55 – Mom and the Happy Apple

In this episode of That Podcast in Hutch, I am interviewing my Mom.

Every Christmas, my Mom brings up the story of the Fisher Price Happy Apple – my one and only Christmas present when I was just 11 months old. It’s part of the lore of our family – th

TPiH 54 Circles of Hope

This week’s episode of That Podcast in Hutch features Marla McKee and Anthony Frischenmeyer with Circles of Hope.

According to its website, Circles of Hope “gathers people who are motivated to move out of poverty and matches them with middle-income an

TPiH 53 Jason Probst

In this week’s episode of That Podcast in Hutch, guest host Jackson Swearer returns again for a follow-up interview with That Guy in Hutch, Jason Probst.

TPiH 52 Whats The Big Idea 2 – Plastic Bottles

This week on That Podcast in Hutch, Tyler and I come together for another episode of What’s the Big Idea.

This time, we explore a little more deeply the big idea of whether consumer plastics such as water and soda bottles, could be repurposed for use

TPiH 51 Chris Courtwright

For this episode of That Podcast in Hutch, I decided to publish a recent event I hosted, that featured Chris Courtwright.

TPiH 50 Melissa Evans

This election season, there has been a lot of chatter about education. Much of it centered around the idea that there’s a lot going on behind the imposing walls of a child’s school that parents aren’t aware of, or involved in. And in that general conversa