As one of the pioneering women to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, June Fremont chatted with Eleanor Roosevelt, met Harry Truman and marched with other servicewomen behind the casket during President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s funeral procession.
The Carlsons, both in their 60s, are committed to staying active and exploring parts of the world they haven’t seen before.
She started her business, Sigrid Dabelstein Photography, last fall, and her calendar was quickly booked.
Local Irish transplant Kieran Folliard is an inspiration to many local seniors.
Marilyn Myers remembers cold winters in a small cabin in northern Minnesota, heated only by a wood stove. With no electricity and only an outhouse, it was the epitome of rustic living.
Human kindness can manifest itself in many different ways. For Woodbury native Matt Broshat on his bicycle trip around the perimeter of the U.S., it took the form of a $50 can of bear repellent spray, given to Broshat by a local as he headed into the Cascade Mountains in Washington state.
Woodbury’s Bill Routt has no shortage of frequent flier miles: He retired from the Air Force several years ago, but hasn’t turned in his wings yet. We asked the experienced flier—and pilot—to share some of his memorable travel notes and tips with us.
November 11 is Veterans Day. Many Americans have been touched by military service in one way or another, whether they’ve served in a branch of the armed forces or know someone who has.
Last school year, Woodbury High School (WHS) AP art students set out with their cameras in hand to Woodbury Senior Living (WSL), where they interacted with residents, snapped photos and produced an art exh