Venita Faye Scott knows a thing or two about irises.
It took some time for Michelle Tuell to convince her husband, Chuck, to consider adoption. “I had always wanted a daughter,” she said. “But after having three boys, I thought it wasn’t in my family plan.”
On Sunday, June 21, Jeff and Micah Snell will toe the line for their fifth marathon in less than three months.
With the area’s first taste of warm weather recently, summer is on the minds of many, particularly children
There are only three rules in Elida Field’s art classes for kids.
After 30 years as a teacher, Riza Parker was ready to retire.
Few people probably stop to consider what happens after they wrestle the blue recycling bin out to the curb every week.
At first, the animated voices, energized students and atmosphere of excitement in the Jemtegaard Middle School gym could easily be mistaken for the usual pre-spring break anticipation.
Ever since he received his first Brownie Holiday camera as a child, Darryl Lloyd has been captivated by photography.
Competitive belly dancing. Owning 33 snakes. Swimming with wild dolphins. Flying a sail plane.