Craig and Sara Clime have made sure their son T.J. experiences as much out of life as he can before the effects of his Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy prevent him from doing so.
The personal stories of Cole County soldiers are pieced together with historic context in the latest book by local military historian Jeremy Amick.
The motto “Let us lead by serving others” belongs to more than just Beta Club.
When Pete and Debbie Livingston sold all they owned to relocate to Svay Pak, Cambodia, they knew they were called to help remove and heal children in the sex trade.
Built in 1904, the former Broadway School has been named a city Landmark
Half a century of learning and childhood memories are captured in the Broadway School building, now owned by Carpenters District Council of Greater St. Louis and Vicinity, at the corner of Broadway and Dunklin Street in Jefferson City.
Each patriotic holiday, more than 100 California, Mo., business or church locations are donned with an American flag for the day.
About 60 years ago, two storefronts went up in the west end area.
Cracking the code
Students at St. Martins Catholic School have the chance this summer to not only view the behind-the-scenes coding that goes into their technological world, but they’ve also been able to write a little.
Getting the hang of things
The first two weeks of California Elementary’s Summer School have been a camping theme in teacher Kendra Hall’s classroom. One of four kindergarten classrooms with about 20 students each, the goal is to acclimate the little ones to the routines and expectations of the school atmosphere.
More than 100 local farmers or those interested in agriculture are expected to attend the third annual Alternative/Organic Agriculture Field Day today at the Alan T. Busby Farm.