- Local News
- From The Archives
If there’s a major high school sporting event in the area, particularly basketball, chances are Ron and Myrt Dunigan will be there.
Most of the materials which Martha Younkin needs to create natural baskets can be found just outside her front door.
For the first time ever, time-share owners will be able to donate just their weekly usage to charity without giving up ownership of their properties.
Allen Whitworth has worked on hundreds of projects as contractor, but one stands out above the rest.
Whether it’s buses, planes or trains, Union resident Jim Albrecht has been in the driver’s seat.
The Homestead at Hickory View, Washington, will host “Art Through the Ages,” a multigenerational art show Sunday, Feb. 23, from 2 to 4 p.m. In addition to a variety of fine art, visitors can enjoy sampling wine and appetizers while live music plays in the background.
Anyone interested in learning more about the history of Franklin County will want to sign up for the 10th annual Local History Class at East Central College.
The St. Clair Senior Center has been providing its Meals on Wheels program to area seniors for about 30 years, and the program still is going strong.
The secrets to a long, fulfilling marriage are simple — kindness, love and communication, agreed Tracy and Dorothy Brown, of Gerald.
It’s not easy getting veterans to talk about their war service, but the guardians who accompany the World War II and Korean War veterans on their Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., have a way of getting them to open up, said Dave Anderson, a Korean War veteran and member of the board for Franklin County Honor Flight.