Parkville March for Unity

Advertisements The Northland largely white community makes a stand for Minority rights by Peggy Bair Parkville – History of Racial Conflict Residents of the town of Parkville, MO will be the first to admit that it has a very checkered past, (if it is to be stated in the kindest terms), regarding race relations and racism. On April 14, 1855, an angry mob townspeople – … Continue reading Parkville March for Unity

The Final Ride

Advertisements By Peggy Bair This is a tribute page dedicated to Terence “Chappie” Lewis of Leavenworth, KS, whose life was taken by COVID-19 On April 20, 2020, Terri Micquel shared the news of her husband: It is with the heaviest of hearts that I must share and it hurts me deeply to say that my husband, Terence Terry Lewis passed away about 11:30pm, Sunday night, April 20, … Continue reading The Final Ride

In Tune with a Good Life

Advertisements By Peggy Bair Laura Chalk, She’s Jazz Fine Telling an introvert artist to stay at home during a pandemic is like the story of Briar Rabbit “Oh PLEASE – Don’t throw me in the briar bush!” So when Leavenworth resident Laura Chalk had to pull back on working two jobs, she quickly drew from her experience. Her deep roots in the Heartland over the … Continue reading In Tune with a Good Life

A Dotte of Happiness

Advertisements By Peggy Bair KCK Teacher Finds Inspiration in the Slow Lane The stay-at-home order for Kansas may be especially tough for the state’s extroverts. For Sarah Fahnestock Williams of Kansas City, KS, hitting the brakes in her on-the-go lifestyle has been hard. “I have always been a social butterfly. I’ve always gone out and about with friends. The biggest change for me has just … Continue reading A Dotte of Happiness