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Centenarian credits long life with staying active

For her 100th birthday, Datha Roberts went on her first motorcycle ride, escorted by 50 bikers.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Dieting

For many, January is the time of New Year’s resolutions. Eating healthier is an especially popular resolution, but a few months into the new year, many have given up on their goal.

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St. Joseph girl opens online slime shop

Anyone who has children in their life might have heard of it: Slime.

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Ordained for a day

“It was very personalized and there were laughs and there were things that you wouldn’t say in a church,” Baldwin said.

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Couple revives nostalgic blooms

Tim, a St. Joseph native, and Lynn, originally from Hannibal, Missouri, met at the University of Missouri before their careers took them into different directions. The two eventually crossed paths again — in east Africa.

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Shopping for the perfect wedding gift

As kind of a gesture as every present is, there are only so many toasters one couple needs.

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Woman keeps 1,000-year-old Easter tradition alive

While Olga Smith and her sister, both born in the 1950s, have fallen out of practicing Ukrainian regularly, there’s one tradition Smith refuses to let go.

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The firefighter, the musician, the soap bar maker

Sean Selecman wears many hats: he’s a firefighter, a musician (in two bands), a father and a soap maker.

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