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- 05/08/17--14:50: _Sisters in Arms
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- 07/10/17--13:50: _HER Home: Tiny in Taos
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- 05/08/17--13:50: Making a Historic House a Home
- 05/08/17--14:00: Inexpensive Missouri Road Trips
- 05/08/17--14:10: Motivation Through Motherhood
- 05/08/17--14:20: Kids Summer Fun A to Z
- 05/08/17--14:30: Let’s Road Trip Missouri
- 05/08/17--14:40: Promoting Healthy Women Veterans
- 05/08/17--14:50: Sisters in Arms
- 05/08/17--15:00: United in Uniform
- 07/10/17--13:39: Dreaming of More at Zesto Drive-In
- 07/10/17--13:40: HOW TO STYLE: Rachel Summers
- 07/10/17--13:50: HER Home: Tiny in Taos
- 07/10/17--14:00: HER Health: Becoming a Mom
- 07/10/17--14:10: Little HER: Mid-Missouri’s Voice
- 07/10/17--14:20: Little HER: In Sync on Ice
- 07/10/17--14:30: Little HER: Breaking Sound Barriers
- 07/10/17--14:40: Becoming a Momtrepreneur
- 07/10/17--14:50: We All Scream for Ice Cream!
- 07/10/17--15:00: Little HER: Going for Gold
- 07/13/17--11:14: HER Picks: Rockin’ the School Year
- 07/13/17--14:43: Making HER Mark: Fabric of the first ladies
Historic and modern – although they sound like opposites, those are a few ways to describe what Jim and Stephanie Biggs have created in their 1207 Moreau Drive home. The couple purchased the property in the late ‘80s. They’ve savored the narrative the home brought with it, as well as added their own story along […]
Don’t break the bank with these fun, family excursions. Where Pigs Fly Farm and Pig Aloft Museum Where: Linn | Distance from Jeff City: 30 minutes Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday Cost: $3 donation (per person, includes food for animals) Contact: www.wherepigsflyfarm.com Where Pigs Fly Farm — a rescue shelter and petting zoo in the rolling […]
Being the best mom she can be is a continuous catalyst for Carrie Peter, who is HIV positive. For Carrie Peter, being a foster parent was rewarding. However, she was hesitant in adopting a child of her own. One day she got a call about an 8-month-old baby, Katrina. “I told them, ‘No, I’m really […]
It’s their summer break, a time to relax and have fun. Yet, inevitably, those precious little mouths will say two words, “I’m bored.” Learn the ABC’s of summer break in Mid-Missouri and consider these 26 ideas. A is for getting ‘Artsy’ Stop by Capital Arts Imagination Station and put everyone’s imagination to artistic use, with […]
U.S. News & World Report travel readers recently voted the Grand Canyon, Disney World, Hawaii and Yellowstone National Park among its best family vacations. It’s completely understandable. What kid, or parent, wouldn’t love to see one of the world’s most scenic wonders, interact with beloved characters, enjoy water activities in a top tropical destination or […]
Sharon Grant stood in front of more than 75 people and did something many fellow Vietnam veterans often struggle to do: tell the story of her military service. As the guest speaker at the Women Veterans Commemoration on March 24 at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital (Truman VA) in Columbia, the Jefferson City […]
Soldiers often refer to their fellow servicemen as family. For Col. Grace Link and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michelle Struemph, their fellow Missouri National Guard members have certainly become a vital part of theirs. Those bonds for Link strengthened even more through constructing needed buildings with her teams of airmen, and her proven leadership skills […]
Honoring Mid-Missouri women’s military service, past and present A Mid-Missouri U.S. Army veteran Becky Price recently said, “We are called soldiers and veterans, not male or female.” Women who have served in the military in America’s history have proved their skills, intelligence and strength are as equally vital as their male counterparts. Take Deborah Sampson, […]
Enjoy extra fun facts about Zesto Drive-In in this special online article. Check out additional photos from HER Magazine staff’s visit to Zesto for the July/August 2017 article “We All Scream for Ice Cream.” Zesto Drive-In Fun Facts • Zesto Drive-In was originally named after the Zest-O-Matic soft serve machine. According to current Zesto Drive-In […]
Rachel Summers loves helping others, one aspect of her current nearly two-year position as a Jefferson Bank teller. However, the 20-year-old from Holts Summit has decided to go back to school in the near future. Looking to first get her general education and then focus on an area of study in the medical field, Summers […]
Kristy Lootens has found solace in a small sanctuary on her parents’ property Bigger isn’t always better. In a culture that often screams materialism, there has been a push in the opposite direction lately. A push for enjoying a life that’s simpler, less stressful, less complicated and, in turn, comes with less stuff. For […]
Tips you need to know to keep you and your baby healthy Sleeping until 9 on a lazy Saturday morning. Leaving the house quickly when a friend calls to invite you to an impromptu dinner party. Running a “quick errand” to Target. Catching up on your DVR list after a busy work week. Remember these […]
Graci Diggs, 12, has become a national advocate for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis “Don’t run away from challenges, run over them.” This 2017 T-shirt slogan for Graci Diggs’ fundraising efforts toward the Arthritis Foundation perfectly exemplifies her. “That is kind of how Graci has lived her life,” said her mother, Anna. “It is a challenge, not […]
Team Intensity claims synchronized skating national title, creating perfect ending for departing seniors Five minutes on April 2 were purely surreal for the Capital Classics’ Team Intensity, especially its four high school senior synchronized skaters. They came into the final, premiere round of the Ice Skating Institute (ISI) Nationals in second place, beating out teams […]
Sisters Olivia and Emma Burney captivate audiences with their unique music Olivia and Emma Burney have big dreams for their future careers in music. “I just want to go on tour with one of my favorite bands, even like Violet and the Undercurrents (a Columbia-based rock group). That would blow my mind if we could […]
mamasboy owner Tanya Lankford supports fellow moms in their creative, business pursuits Three pictures line the wall at the recently opened downtown Jefferson City boys clothing store, mamasboy. The happy faces of the three young boys displayed — 10-year-old Chase, 7-year-old Jake and 6-year-old Finnegan — belong to the sons of the shop’s owner, Tanya […]
Local ice cream parlors share their hottest cool treats Ice cream is more than a sweet treat in Jefferson City. It’s serious business. There’s a wealth of well-known national chains, such as Sonic Drive-In, Freddie’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, Steak ’N Shake and McDonald’s, that dish out popular frozen treats to satisfy everyone’s palate. Locally […]
Only competing in Special Olympics sports for two years, 9-year-old Brynn Schmidt has already earned a gold in track, a gold in bowling and three silver medals for track and field events. The Fulton resident is certainly proud of her awards, but when asked what her favorite part of Special Olympics is, she quickly replied […]
School necessities for everyone at local shops including Downtown Book & Toy, Carrie’s Hallmark and Southbank Gifts are rocking the July/August HER Picks.
Cole County Historical Museum’s inaugural gowns of first ladies give glimpse into mansion life Dresses adorned with crinoline skirts, embellished beading, fur, colorful chiffon, white satin and shiny pearls fill the Delong Room of the Cole County Historical Museum. These beautiful garments span more than 100 years and are part of a quarterly rotating exhibit, […]