Born and raised in the small town of Waynesville, Missouri, I grew up in the heart of the Ozarks along Historic Route 66. My hometown of nearly 5,000 people is different from other small towns because it joins with two neighboring cities, St. Robert and Ft. Leonard Wood, to function as one commu...
A church that’s been part of the Old Glencoe/Wildwood community for more than 50 years is left trying to figure out where they will go after the Spring Flood 2017 damaged their building. The Glencoe Community Church of God is located on 3rd Street in Wildwood and was started 54 years ago by Co-Pastor Gary Templeton’s father. “It brought tears to my eyes to see all the work, money, effort and stuff we put in and to see what happened to it,” said Templeton.
Wow, we can hardly believe that the first quarter of 2017 is already behind us! It’s the perfect time to predict the big hospitality industry trends for the year. We’ve dusted off the GAB crystal ball and picked out the key industry directions to keep an eye on. (Sadly we can’t predict whether you’ll be meeting a tall, dark, handsome stranger). The DIY celebrity chef: It’s no longer necessary to have landed a TV show or a supermarket deal in order to boost your profile.
The world has lost the Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll, but Charles Berry, Jr.’s father is gone. “I’m in a club now I never wanted to be in, but everybody gets to join at some point,” said Berry, Jr.A Celebration of Life Service will happen Sunday, April 9 at 1:00 p.m. with a public viewing from 8:00 a.m. to noon for Charles Edward Anderson Berry, Sr.Berry, Jr. has wonderful memories of his father and said he enjoyed being a private, family man.