MONTSERRAT — The Dance for the Cats Tour will take place from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, at Montserrat Vineyards.
The Warrensburg Community Chorus resumes on Sept. 3.
When Joani Deuel's two grandkids, Hunter and Parker, come to visit in Dublin, California, they've learned to expect the unexpected from a grandmother who absolutely loves to have a surprise up her sleeve. The latest caper appeared at lunchtime when she said, "Come and get your watermelon sandwiches!"
Back-to-school shopping can blow up a household budget. Sometimes the only way a family can save money is by monitoring what it spends each week on groceries.
This is one of my dear friends' first year as an elementary school teacher. She's also the mother of two boys. Not only does she have to prepare a healthy school lunch and snacks for herself, she also must pack lunches and snacks that her kids will love. I'm sure that this is a common dilemma for working parents with school-aged children.
J.O. (Jr.) and Virginia Sue (Townsend) Miller will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on Aug. 24, 2019.
Nicole Marie Mabrey, Warrensburg, and Charles Christopher Michael, Clinton, are set to get married in the fall of 2019 in Branson.
Jerry Lee and Judith Ann (Burford) Arwood, Leeton, celebrated 50 years of marriage in August.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church will begin its fall Sunday school session at 9:15 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 18.
Campus Ministry Weekend is set for Aug. 10 and 11.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church members recently attended the National Youth Gathering from July 11 through 15 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
If you watch the news, you might have seen there's a proposal underway that would allow states to import prescription drugs from Canada, where costs are lower. Drugs are cheaper in other countries because their governments control the prices.
On average American drinks 28 gallons of bottled water a year. Most Americans drink bottled water because they think tap water is not safe. Municipal water has been in the news lately because of the lead getting into the water supply. Lead along does not make bottled water safer. Data shows that 25% or more of bottled water is tap water. Sometimes more treated than tap water. This means that bottled water may be just as likely as tap water to contain contaminants that include infectious organisms, pesticide residue and metals. The metals include lead.
Venturing into research on electronic nicotine