Centenarian credits long life with staying active
For her 100th birthday, Datha Roberts went on her first motorcycle ride, escorted by 50 bikers.
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.
St. Joseph girl opens online slime shop
Anyone who has children in their life might have heard of it: Slime.
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.
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.
Shopping for the perfect wedding gift
As kind of a gesture as every present is, there are only so many toasters one couple needs.
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.
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.