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3nd Oktoberfest/JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes

A Success of “Pleas” and Thank You’s More than 1,500 people came together Saturday, September 29th In Frontier Park – 50 family and corporate Walk teams – for a common cause – to cure diabetes. 



On Wednesday, October 3rd at 10:45 am, The City of Wentzville will celebrate with Mrs. Kinnary’s second grade class of 2012 from Heritage Elementary School, the dedication of Wentzville’s newest parkland.  Mrs. Kinnary’s class entered the park naming contest held earlier this year and their submission of, “Northview Nature Park”, was the winning entry. The new park is located at 200/202 W. Northview between Heritage Elementary and Meyer Rd.


Gather the Family & Friends for Day of Fun on the Farm!

Willie and Kathy Aholt, with an abundance of help from family and friends, have turned their dairy farm into children's attraction near Augusta.  The farmstead has been in the family since at least the early 1900's sits atop a hill featuring a fantastic view overlooking the Augusta River Bottoms.  The farm is located on the Augusta Bottom Road about 2 miles west of Augusta.


545 vs. 300,000,000 People

Charley Reese's final column for the  Orlando Sentinel.  He has been a journalist  for 49 years. This was HIS LAST COLUMN.

This is about as clear and  easy to understand as it can be. The article  below is completely neutral, neither anti-republican  or democrat. Charlie Reese, a retired reporter  for the Orlando Sentinel, has  hit the nail directly on the head, defining clearly who it is that in the final analysis must  assume responsibility for the judgments made that impact each one of us every day.

It's  a short but good read. Worth the time.

Worth remembering!


Participants Raise Critically Needed Funds for Alzheimer’s Care, Support and Research

“A Matter of Balance” Classes

Reduce Your Fear of Falling with “A Matter of Balance” Classes

Meet Brutus - A Decorated War Hero!


The K9 above is Brutus, a military K9 at McChord...

Open to view pictures of his personal life!


Pioneer Days Bring Missouri’s Frontier Era to Life

See history come to life at Lindenwood University’s Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center Annual Pioneer Days Sept. 15 and 16. Step back into the early 1800s and witness what life was like on the Missouri Frontier.

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