A noble building in a tiny community holds strong traditions and a valued history.
Carrying boxes and bags to a freshman’s dorm room might be the least of a new student’s challenges upon beginning his college career.
ESGR, employers laud role of citizen soldiers
Veterans, especially those who have returned in recent years from combat and active duty, make good employees.
The wrecking ball will return to the 200 block of West McCarty Street one more time.
Thanks to extensive renovation
Rene Maxey found a home with size and character at 1317 Moreau Drive, where Heath Higgins had bought the home in 2012 and renovated the interior and replaced the windows.
Snacks, socializing, games and illusions made for a busy afternoon Thursday at the Moniteau County Fair Senior Citizens Day.
At Moniteau County Fair's Kiddie Tractor Pull
Little knees were bouncing up and down while the grating sound of a miniature metal sleigh followed behind the little green tractor powered by youth ages 12 and younger at the 148th Moniteau County Fair.
Under the shade of tents in Smith-Burke Park, happy vendors are sharing their wares and their life experiences with visitors to the California Farmers Market from 4-7 p.m. each Friday.
‘I can do that’
A combination of “I can do that” and an appreciation for imperfection has helped the Wilson family fashion their first home in Russellville.
‘There was a purpose for being there’
Even when missiles were flying above him and gunfire could be heard not far away, Luke Benke says he never doubted that God had called him to missions in Israel this summer.