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For the past 20 years, a century-old building in Marthasville has been the office of a one-of-a-kind dentist who may very well be the last of his kind.
Armed with an easel, three tubes of oil paint and a handmade birch wood canvas, Marty Coulter spent a warm June morning painting from under the gazebo at Lions Lake.
About 10 years ago, former Washington High School history teacher Richard Herholz, 69, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Diana Hall struggles to sit still.
Tom Barnes’ search for volunteering led him to Scenic Regional Library where he lends a hand each week.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Historic photos help tell the story of the first 100 years of Missouri State Parks. One of the most impressive shows the stone castle at Ha Ha Tonka State Park before it was destroyed by fire.
When the Iron Spike Model Train Museum had its grand opening at the end of April, the public got a chance to see what has been going on behind the scenes for months.
For Father Bernard Wilkins, preserving history and memories on film is not just a hobby, it’s a vocation.