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The Broadlands Homecoming Celebration will feature a new pet blessing and parade on Aug. 20.
The pet blessing and parade will be held by the United Community Church located at 300 S. Lincoln in Broadlands. The event will start at 9 a..m.
Participants are being asked to donate cat or dog food for the C.A.R.A animal shelter in Tilton.
The Village of Royal will be celebrating 134 years of existence Aug. 18-21.
The celebration kicks off on Aug. 18 with the first round of a softball tournament at the Royal Community Building.
The celebration continues on Aug. 19 with a 5K run/walk. Registration will take place at Freeman’s Tavern from 6-6:30 p.m. with the race starting at 6:30 p.m.
In 2007 Jim Wagner bought a 36-inch vinyl cutter.
From then, on his business just grew and grew.
Now, Wagner and his wife, Jen, have a storefront in Main Street Station at 109 N. Main St. in St. Joseph.
Jen said the business’ second big expansion happened right before the couple got married in 2009.
When most couples buy a new house they pack their belongings in boxes.
Joel and Laura Furrer will be doing that but they also moved the entire house.
The Furrers purchased a house that was located at 511 N. Main Street in St. Joseph from the St. Joseph-Ogden School District.
St. Joseph-Ogden sophomore Andrew McDermott found himself zipped into a body bag last Friday.
McDermott was one of five SJO students that participated in a mock accident event at the high school.
“It’s really a serious thing that can happen and has happened before,” McDermott said.
Kim Graham wants a veteran's memorial in Homer.
Graham, a Homer resident, has approached the village board about placing a memorial within the village.
Now Graham is ready to move forward with fundraising.
The Homer American Legion Auxiliary is holding a gun raffle to raise money for the memorial. The tickets are $20.
Dana Rowland will no longer be spearheading Blessings in a Backpack in St. Joseph.
However, that does not mean the program will stop.
Rowland said that she felt now was the time to leave the program in someone else’s capable hands.
First of all, let me just start by simply just saying THANK YOU.
Starting Monday, Nov. 16, The Salvation Army needs our community’s help to collect gifts for kids of all ages-and especially those ages 9 through 12, who often are overlooked because they’re harder to shop for than smaller children.
The St. Joseph Women’s Club will again be sponsoring their annual Christmas events.
The club decorated the St. Joseph Angel Tree on Nov. 23 at the St. Joseph Apothecary. The tree is decorated with ornaments that state items that can be bought for local families.