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The last of the 50 airline trips funded by a grant to the Friends Foundation of Warren & Franklin County is nearing. But the memories will last the people with intellectual and developmental challenges who took the trips, as well as their caregivers, a lifetime.

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Tomatoes, which are typically ready for harvest in early June, are just becoming available in numbers. Cheryl Orlando, owner of Andy’s Produce Too, said they have been the hardest vegetable to find this growing season. Orlando has been around produce stands for as long as she can remember an…

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Tucked away in a series of shoeboxes within their Washington home are the love letters that Clayton and Andrea (nee Feldmann) Voss have written to each other over the years. The pair, who were married June 19, 2021, have written hundreds of letters to each other. 

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It has been nearly 59,000 days since the 19-year-old German immigrant Charles Facius joined the Union army and marched away from his home in rural Franklin County to fight in the American Civil War. Despite the passage of time, Facius’ surviving descendants are hoping to ensure that his name…

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About six decades before The Missourian newspaper helped found the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame, Missouri was already recognizing achievements in visual journalism through the Pictures of the Year competition.

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In 2018, Charlie Carpenter, founder and owner of Big River Forge in Dittmer, Missouri, appeared as a contestant on “Forged in Fire,” the History Channel’s reality show that pits highly skilled bladesmiths against one another as they re-create iconic bladed weapons from the past, using a blac…

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When Anna Mae Boehmer started piano lessons as a little girl, her feet could barely reach the instrument’s pedals. On Sunday, Dec. 19, those same feet stood near the altar of the Presbyterian Church of Washington, where Boehmer was honored as the church’s longest-tenured member of the choir. 

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