Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
The Yangdong Village of Gyeongju, Korea, was fun to explore even though we didn’t go any higher than the first level of houses.
Senior Life Newspaper received 10 national awards at the 2013 annual convention of the North American Mature Publishers Association held in Buffalo, N.Y. in late September.
Larry Christensen of Elkhart paints Russian icons, or spiritual pictures, depicting such scenes as the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus.
Send a card to help these people celebrate their special day.
While many people use retirement to relax and take it easy, Pam Wakeland has taken the opportunity to play a lot of tennis.
“On April 28 at 2 a.m., I died,” said Pat Henson, 63.
Excitement grew when our Elkhart ancestors learned that John Philip Sousa and his 85-piece band would appear at the Bucklen Theater for a matineee performance on Saturday, Oct. 7, 1922.
Sandy Briggs of Elkhart describes her life in the months since her husband passed away.
Mention Habitat for Humanity to most people and new home construction immediately springs to mind. However, there are more facets to the Kosciusko County program than just helping individuals build and own new homes.
The Cheomseongdae Observatory in Gyseongju is the oldest observatory in Asia and one of the oldest on Earth.
When it comes to knowing sailing, Steve Miller denies he is an expert. But a life on the water has quite a history for the veteran sailor.
From the grotto we traveled back down the mountain to a Korean restaurant where we enjoyed a typical Korean meal.
Deb Pass, Middlebury, is no stranger to the college scene. This grandmother of five is working toward — not her first, but her third — college degree.
September can be thought of as repair month. The cooler weather encourages turf to grow and fill in dead spots.
Wish these seniors a happy birthday or anniversary this month!