by Clarke Davis Dylan McKnight has loved hunting ever since his older brother introduced him to it when he was 12. Now he’s just one online course away from completing a degree with the dream of becoming a big-game hunting guide. The local 25-year-old native and 2009 Valley Falls High School graduate will graduate […]
A great many people are under the illusion that all the work done to provide children with a bright Christmas is done at the North Pole.
The Blaine Moore family was in the process of downsizing to a smaller home as the five sons were maturing and moving out.
District 11 volunteer firefighters are equipped with new clothing, boots, and helmets and got a bargain price, reports Fire Chief Jason Nellis.
Gravel Road Goodies has expanded from the farmers’ markets and bazaars to local grocery outlets with their breads and rolls.
The Jason and Anita Nelson family was recognized as the Family of the Year during the annual Jefferson County 4-H Achievement Banquet in Meriden Saturday night.
The relocation of the Historical Shrine Church to its new home in the 300 block of Broadway is nearly complete with the exception of some interior work.
One might describe what Jami Heinen and Megan Belveal create as country folk art.
Friday night football and respectful students are making Mar Cuadron’s introduction to America an enjoyable one.
The hours at the Valley Falls clinic will be expanded and include two late nights and even some Saturday hours.