Craft-E-Family started out as a hobby for Joyce Ebert. She was a prolific painter and her husband, Lloyd, was interested in carpentry. After retiring, they combined their skills into creating handmade perpetual calendars, which Joyce sold at local craft shows.
Before he finished his studies at Eminence High School, Hudson got a job at the gas station/country store pumping gas and manning the hardware department. He had dreams of one day owning his own business. He says he knew college wasn’t for him. In fact, he was eager to get out of school and get to life
Six months ago, David Maurer stepped into the role of Executive Director at Churches in Mission and it has been a nonstop flurry of activity for him ever since.
Bob Jensen wanted to teach, and Dave Jensen thought he’d be an engineer. It sort of worked out that way.
Even though it is a gray, foggy, cool day in March, Ron Overton is looking out the window at The Links of Heartland Crossing surveying the 200-acre golf course and smiling. He’s in the lounge, appropriately called the Sand Trap, relaxed and ready to talk about his...
Frazee Family Dentistry is stepping into a new level for their business as they move into a new office and building of their design. That kind of leap is not new for dentist, Dennis Frazee.
In John Lennon’s song, Beautiful Boy, there is a line that says, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”
For the last 25 years Kenny Costin says deep down, he has wanted to be Mayor of Martinsville.