Logo



Home   »  News  




Previous Next
Through The Lens
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Einstein famously said that: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there eve...
Mission Trip To LaGonave Haiti
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
When most people in the Midwest plan excursions to leave the country, Haiti isn’t usually on the top of the list. The 2019 year ushered in a trip full of life-changing experiences for Cory Enfie...
One Crafty Gal
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Shannon ViereckGrowing up in the midwest I have had the privilege to know many people who were raised on a farm. My wife, my best friend, and most friends I knew growing up, and still know to this day...
Yankton’s Young Dancers Are Feeling The Beat
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
The town’s two dance studios - the Green Room and Academy of Dance - provide dancers, from grade school through high school, with the opportunity to take their skills beyond local auditoriums. E...
Radiant In Retirement
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Dr. Mary MilroyDoctors are some of the hardest working people, but even after being retired for almost two years, Dr. Mary Milroy is as busy as ever! Since her retirement in May of 2017, Dr. Milroy ha...
Believe In Yourself
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
DEb BodenstedtDebra Bodenstedt grew up on a farm outside of Wayne, Nebraska where she was taught the merit of hard work by helping her dad with daily chores. It was during these days that Deb started...
Through The Lens
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
This past December my oldest daughter graduated from South Dakota State University’s Nursing program in Rapid City, South Dakota where she has been for the past two and a half years. She recomme...
Hello loyal His Voice readers,
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Hello loyal His Voice readers, I’m sure you’ve all heard the phrase, “All good things must come to an end.” Well the phrase now applies to the His Voice portion of our mag...
Professional Problem Solver
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Dan AltmanDan Altman calls himself a “professional problem solver."In his line of work, that’s rather accurate, he’d tell you.“You have to take little steps to solve a problem...
Our Catholic Priests
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Yankton is in the unique position of having two parishes as well as a monastery in town. There are four priests working in Yankton today, and though they are constantly on the move visiting the sick,...
A Super Experience
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Right, Katie BlaalidLast February, the upper Midwest was treated to the second Super Bowl to be hosted in Minneapolis.Making sure the fans in the Twin Cities for Super Bowl LII were entertained was a...
Leprechaun With A Heart Of Gold
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Right, Gene EbneterIf you want to see something guaranteed to make you smile, you need to see Gene Ebneter in his full regalia the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day. He is better than a rainbow a...
Serenity On Ice
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Winters in South Dakota can be hard, sometimes brutal, and as anyone who lives in this area can tell you, unforgiving. But there is serenity within this frozen harshness and though sometimes that may...
Taking Command
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Right, Capt. Dan LaMaackDan LaMaack is spending this year in Europe, but it’s no vacation.Capt. LaMaack is commanding the Yankton-based Bravo Battery of the 1/147th Field Artillery with the Sout...
Melissa Svanda: All In For Texas Hold’em
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Melissa SvandaThe pastime of card playing has been around thousands of years, long before binge watching Netflix to stave off winter boredom became the norm. Melissa Svanda of Tyndall, SD. regularly b...
Historic Moment
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Kristi NoemOn Election Night 2018, Kristi Noem smashed one of the last major glass ceilings in South Dakota politics. The Republican became the state’s first female governor.The Castlewood nativ...
A Fairly Simple Hobby
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Ed-left, Mark-rightEd Brogie has been birdwatching since he was 10 years old along with his brother Mark.“My dad would point out birds in our back yard,” Brogie said when he was growing up...
Yankton Girl Takes On Male Dominated Sport
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
When attending wrestling matches, it’s not uncommon to see young men duking it out by means of taking their opponent down on the mat. It is uncommon to see that the person doing the takedown is...
Helping Great Pets Find Great People
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Kelly HaceckyA community and service-minded person, Kerry Hacecky has always been passionate about helping others. The Yankton native spent some time outside the community working with another non-pro...
2019 New Year's Resolutions
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
A New Year’s resolution is a common tradition where a person resolves to change a trait or behavior to accomplish a personal goal or to improve their life. It dates back to the Babylonians who m...
Through The Lens
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
The world is more complex today than what it was ten or twenty years ago. Technology has become so advanced; we now carry phones/computers in our pockets. We have vehicles that can drive and park them...
In Uniform
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
The 1990s were a simpler time.The New York Yankees were back in championship form, Titanic was a smash hit at the box office and if you went to see a game between South Dakota State University and the...
Santa...Bringing Christmas Miracles
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Dale ThunkerDale and Terri Thunker, of Yankton, have four children who are married and have children of their own — nine so far. Forty one years ago when their children were little, the Thunkers...
“I forgot all about my troubles and fell in love.”
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Ryan MarcotteEvery time Ryan Marcotte walks through an airport, through the jetway and steps into the cockpit, he remembers — usually, with a smile — his first flying experience.He was 10...
Searching For A Niche
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Alex HohenthanerWith four successful years of college under his belt in exercise science, Alex Hohenthaner discovered after working a year in a hospital, it wasn’t what he wanted.“I found...
Jones Spreads Holiday Cheer
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
If you’ve driven through the center of Yankton over the Christmas season to view the holiday lights, it’s more than likely you’ve driven past Dr. Larry Jones’ house at 1903 Dou...
Self Defense
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Self-defense is a countermeasure to defend the health and well-being of oneself from harm and is a legal way to use force in times of danger. As of 2016 according to the Bureau of Justice, 5.7 million...
A Stitch Back In Time
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Tucked away in the country, not far off Bluff Road in Vermillion, is a hidden gem: The Farmer’s Daughters Sewing Museum. The museum’s existence is a testament to a family’s strong lo...
Kathy The Original
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Kathy Harens“I think my life has always been so God driven, because I just end up in places. It’s not a plan, I didn’t come out and announce, this is what I’m going to do! I ju...
Through The Lens
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Several years ago I was stricken with an unknown condition out of nowhere. One day I was my normal self, going through my daily routine; get ready for work, see my usual customers for advertising and...
A Relatively Peaceful Job
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Chris Bornitz has the typical look of a person that spends most of their time working outdoors — tanned arms, casual work clothes, scuffed boots, baseball cap and sunglasses. This is his usual a...
In Uniform
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
What do most little boys want to do when they grow up? Something exciting for sure like a being a fireman.But for Brad Moser, a native son of Yankton, it’s more about the service.“It&rsquo...
His Eats
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Steve HuffFor Steve and Tracy Huff, charity begins at home.The Yankton couple enjoys sharing family time in the kitchen, dining room and back patio. They also love rolling out the red carpet and enter...
The Faces of the Press   Dakotan – Randy Dockendorf
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Randy DockendorfWhen Randy Dockendorf was in fifth grade, he and his classmates were asked to write the ‘class news’ for two weeks in the local weekly newspaper.It was tidbits about people...
Devoted Racing Fan Becomes IndyCar Truck Driver
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Greg MoserGreg Moser has always been a car racing fan, going to the track regularly with his parents as a boy, and later in life with his own family. Recently his skills and his hobby converged with b...
His Ride
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Ray LivingstonThe dry, witty sense of humor hasn’t left Ray Livingston.It’s still as sharp as ever.Even at age 84.Need proof? Check out the sticker message that he has on the back window o...
The “Itch” To Coach Again
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
When Arlin Likness retired as the head coach of the Yankton High School football team, he said that he “might get the itch to coach again.”That “itch” is being scratched in Ber...
A Man Of Faith And Province
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Life is unpredictable and sometimes chaotic. The paths we choose are not always smooth and they are rarely adorned with signs telling us of what lies ahead. We navigate our paths the best that we can...
This Is How They Roll
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
annual two-day tractor ride for twelve years. The route and breaks, through South Dakota the first day and through Nebraska the second day, vary each year, allowing the participants a variety of sceni...
Woksape
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Pat Kortan and Jill Mikkelsen“It’s so good to see you!” I say as I am met by Pat Kortan and Jill Mikkelsen at the front doors of Yankton High School. They greet me...
Cosplaying – Bringing Favorite Characters To Life
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
In recent years there has been more coverage of events known as conventions or “cons” across the world but for some it has been something they have known about for a while. A con is an eve...
All In The Name Of Science
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Lauren SchildFor one of her latest projects, Lauren Schild spent time at a brewery — but she didn’t drink the beer.It was all in the name of science.“They’re doing a lot of res...
Meet Lexi Rust
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Lexi RustOn a July evening, the Yankton Flames U-12 boys’ soccer club was going through drills, preparing for the final tournament of the summer. The players go through their paces, working on b...
Selfless Service
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Agni JuhlAt first glance you would never guess that Angi Juhl had been a soldier in the Army. Clad in a figure flattering, floral dress, bright fuchsia lipstick and hair in a casual, yet stylish up do...
Bull-O-Rama
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Springfield, South Dakota is well-known for its 4th of July celebration, an event that takes place over a few days and features a few different events. The main attractions of this celebration are the...
Through The Lens
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
In researching for new locations to photograph, Ryan came across information on an old convent school. Now of course I’m picturing old movie scenes of nuns with rulers in hand, children in unifo...
The Faces of the Press   Dakotan – Gary Wood
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Gary WoodFor almost 15 years, Gary Wood has overseen the behind-the-scenes productions of the Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan and Missouri Valley Shopper in Yankton and the Vermillion Plain Talk and...
Tschetter Mission Behind Honor Fest
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Connie and Dave Tschetter loved their community and enjoyed helping others. Connie mentioned to their son Russ one day that, because she helped so many people during her time as a nurse for 37 years,...
His Ride
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Nebraska native Gale Vogt’s called Yankton home for around two years now.But well before that, Vogt was making the rounds on dirt tracks throughout the upper Midwest.Recently, the long-time driv...
His Eats
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Steve HuffFor Steve Huff, much was at “steak” with our latest meal — so he came up with something downright fishy.The Yankton man planned a grilling session, but our evening meal did...
John Huber, ‘Good Roads, Good People, You Bet’
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
John HuberJohn Huber is the supervisor at the South Dakota Department of transportation in Yankton County. He started with the DOT in 1998 in Menno as a highway maintenance worker where he worked for...
Yankton’s 2018 Riverboat Days Captain and Belle
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Cliff and Donna MadsonSome familiar faces will be in new roles for Yankton’s 2018 Riverboat Days.Cliff and Donna Madson, whose ties to the festival run back to its very beginning 35 years ago, w...
Remembering A Brother, A Husband And A Friend
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
A former Yankton family is thinking back on their time here a bit more somberly these days.John and Doris Elliot along with their five children — Cheryl, Sharon, JD, Sandra, and Stephen —...
The Faces of the Press   Dakotan – Angella Byykkonen
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Angella ByykkonenWhen asked to do this story about myself and my position with Yankton Media I laughed, no, really, I laughed hard! Who on earth would find that interesting? “I’m an open b...
Yankton College Forever
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Yankton, like any town, has an interesting, rich history. Born and raised in Yankton, I have heard many stories of the town’s past but don’t know much about it. Never much of a history buf...
Yankton Area Arts Makes Impact on Community
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Having been a resident of Yankton forever, I’ve heard of the Yankton Area Arts Association (YAA) but have never really known what their mission entails. I set out to their art gallery located at...
A Passion For Horses
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Vanessa GravattVanessa Gravatt went through the school of hard knocks.As a native of Portland, Oregon, Gravatt moved to Boise, Idaho, where she developed her love of horses. Her passion for horses and...
Youth Gain Plethora of Benefits from 4-H Program
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
“4-H gives you so many life skills and benefits,” explains Katie Doty, the 4-H Youth Program Assistant. Though she’s just in her first year in this position, the 4-H program is nothi...
ALA Girls State
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Cheryl HovorkaCheryl Hovorka, who works in the Department of Political Science at University of South Dakota also took over as Director of the American Legion Auxiliary South Dakota Girls State; an an...
Through The Lens
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Late June, several years ago while visiting the Black Hills, my husband tells me we should take a drive to an old army base that he had mapped out. “Sure”, I say with excitement as that is...
A Passion For Pens
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Nancy Wortmann is very happy her husband Dick has his own workshop.“(She) is definitely happy I can go out to my workshop dash; keeps me out of her hair,” Wortmann said laughing. When sh...
His Ride
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Rich AndreImagine if half of the population of Yankton took to their bikes.Not just for recreation or exercise — imagine if they did it as their main means to get to school, work, the store or e...
An Extraordinary Fellow
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Roger WillcutThe first word to enter my thoughts when I met this man of modest stature and age-defined features was “ordinary”. He impressed me as a kind man, very welcoming, a confidence...
Cut From The Same Cloth
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Jeff Van Meeteren“I think when you have a desire to do something, you have to go after that because, if you don’t, you’re always going to regret it,” said Jeff Van Meeteren, re...
Benefit From Your Birthdays
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Not all birthdays are about a driver’s license, getting to vote or toasting with a glass of wine. Some are important to your comfort in retirement, too. No matter who you are, the years leading...
The Faces of the Press   Dakotan – Cassie Brockmoller
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Cassie BrokmollerAccounting Clerk Cassie Brockmoller has enjoyed being a part of the Press & Dakotan team for the past 13 years.“My favorite thing is the people I work with, even though we d...
Love Of The Outdoors
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Karla ZeutenhorstKarla Zeutenhorst has turned her love of the outdoors into a lifelong career.Since 1989, she has been a park ranger for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers working at the Gavins Point Pr...
Artistic Communication – Update on Reanna Schultz
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Her Voice last spoke to Reanna Schultz in 2014, at the time she was a recent University of South Dakota graduate where she obtained her BFA in Sculpture and at that time she talked about her recent se...
Michelle Dvoracek and Jen Torsney:
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
As soon as I stepped out of my car onto Michelle Dvoracek’s gravel driveway, I was immediately greeted by Dallas, the family’s Aussie welcome wagon. It was another crisp Dakota spring morn...

Previous Next
Brave
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Rose McGowan’s life is riddled with one cult-like experience to the next.Prior to becoming one of Hollywood’s overnight, most desired actors, Rose spent her early, formative years in an It...
Dumplin’
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Though she has been exposed to the pageant world all her life, Willowdean Dickson, Will for short, is not what you might consider typical “beauty pageant material.” She is a self-proclaime...
Caraval
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
In the 2017 young adult novel by Stephanie Garber, the story follows two sisters on perilous journey in the world of Caraval. Scarlett and her sister Tella live on a small island with their controllin...
Veronika Decides To Die
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Who is Veronika, and why does she want to die?Both questions are answered right in the first chapter of this book by Paulo Coelho, an internationally bestselling author most famous for The Alchemist....
Book Review
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
A library patron recently asked me to share the three best books I have read this year. The following three selections are available from the library in print or downloadable for free with your librar...
Before We Were Yours
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Before We Were Yours is a tale of historical fiction and is based on the real-life scandal of Georgia Tann, who kidnapped poor children and sold them to rich families in the 1920’s-1940’s...

Previous Next
A Love Affair With Food
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Erica Wright KostalI am not lying when I say my little sister Erica Wright Kostal was born with a spatula in her right hand, a mixing bowl nestled in her left arm, and a “take charge attitude&rd...
Kozy’s Bar Back In The Family
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Kozy’s Bar on the west end of Yankton is no stranger to the locals.The welcoming gathering place has been there for generations. I had the opportunity to cozy up with Lawrence Kozak and his gran...
Our Mother
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Margaret HunhoffOur mother, Margaret Hunhoff, died peacefully one week shy of her 95th birthday. I took the photo above in front of her Pearl Street home four years ago, before she became ill and move...
Making Memories With Grandkids
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Judy StratmanWhatever happens at Grandma’s house, stays at Grandma’s house.That pretty much described the Grandparent weekends Judy Stratman hosted over the years with several of her grand...
Ultimate Fan
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Ryan MorsOne of the most enduring forms of entertainment is cinema.For more than a century, we’ve gone to the movies to be transported to another place, another world or even another time.And wh...
Keeping Culture Alive
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Though Maria Beekley has been in the United States for thirty years, showing her children the culture and traditions of her native Mexico is important to her. Maria, her husband Chris and daughter Ale...
A Balancing Act...
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Balancing a family of nine children, homeschooling all nine children and working two part-time jobs keeps Katie Fargo hopping but it’s a life she loves.“I knew at a very young age I wanted...

Previous Next
The More, The Merrier
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Steve and Tracy HuffAfter spending the weekend in the kitchen, Steve and Tracy Huff were loading up their vehicle for the ultimate “foodie” road trip.The Yankton couple love working side b...
His Eats
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
After an 8-inch snowstorm hit Yankton in early December, many residents got out their shovels.Steve and Tracy Huff got out their crock pot and roaster.The couple spent their snowy Saturday afternoon s...
His Eats
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Steve HuffWith the fall garden harvest in full swing, Steve Huff decided to add some zip to his meals.On this Saturday in October, Steve and his wife, Tracy, had spent the morning at the Farmer’...
His Eats
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Steve HuffFor Steve and Tracy Huff, charity begins at home.The Yankton couple enjoys sharing family time in the kitchen, dining room and back patio. They also love rolling out the red carpet and enter...
His Eats
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Steve HuffFor Steve Huff, much was at “steak” with our latest meal — so he came up with something downright fishy.The Yankton man planned a grilling session, but our evening meal did...
His Eats
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
After a prolonged winter, Steve Huff is ready for spring — and the food that goes with it.“People have been eating heavier meals during the winter,” he said. “It’s still...
Keeping Culture Alive
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Though Maria Beekley has been in the United States for thirty years, showing her children the culture and traditions of her native Mexico is important to her. Maria, her husband Chris and daughter Ale...

Previous Next
Yankton Clothing Closet Makes Its Move
Published: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Our community has been allowed a wonderful opportunity to help provide clothing for families in need.With awareness of the need and a partnership between the United Way and the South Dakota Human Serv...
Our Catholic Priests
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Yankton is in the unique position of having two parishes as well as a monastery in town. There are four priests working in Yankton today, and though they are constantly on the move visiting the sick,...
Put Yourself First
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Instinctively, many often put the needs and wants of others before their own. If we don’t take some time to physically and mentally rejuvenate ourselves, our support reservoirs run empty. We can...
Kindness Always Wins
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
With an ever-changing world around us, one thing we can count on is being surrounded by kindness and compassion in our community. When we get lost in the confusion and uncertainty of what lies beyond...
Pastor Dave Gunderson Reflects Upon His Ministry
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Pastor Dave GundersonGunderson retired on July 31, 2017, after serving for 27 years at St. John’s. His length of ministry at St. John’s was the longest time a pastor has served at the chur...
The First Holidays In Yankton
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
As a woman business owner, I find myself wondering about the women who were instrumental in settling Yankton, laying the foundation for what our community is today. What it must have been like for the...
Understanding Epilepsy
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
“Everybody has something.” These three words my husband once said have always stuck with me. The person next to you might have a medical, health or mental condition; emotional trauma; an i...
Healing Is Wholistic
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Having good health is easy to take for granted when all the other hurdles of daily living keep our attention focused elsewhere. But once something in our bodies mysteriously malfunctions, we are often...
Helping Others With Diabetes
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Trista MillerWhile Trista Miller is on her own path to conquering the obstacle she’s recently facing, the brave twelve-year old is already looking forward to helping other people meeting the sam...
“That’s Our Sam”
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
SamHappiness is helping dad and big brother put together a new patio set and being the best helper they can ask for.“That’s our Sam – always with a big yes and never a complaint when...
Tschetter Mission Behind Honor Fest
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Connie and Dave Tschetter loved their community and enjoyed helping others. Connie mentioned to their son Russ one day that, because she helped so many people during her time as a nurse for 37 years,...
Remembering A Brother, A Husband And A Friend
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
A former Yankton family is thinking back on their time here a bit more somberly these days.John and Doris Elliot along with their five children — Cheryl, Sharon, JD, Sandra, and Stephen —...
Hope Is Anchored At Sacred Heart Monastery!
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Sister Maribeth WentzlaffIt was a year to the day of Sister Maribeth Wentzlaff’s installation as the fourteenth prioress of Sacred Heart Monastery in Yankton, South Dakota, and I felt blessed to...
Finding Humor in Life’s Lessons
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Life’s lessons are what make us unique individuals. Some people have lessons that can be profound and life changing, while others face teachings that are simple and uncomplicated. It is what we...
It’s Worth It
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
“It’s worth it. Somewhere along the line in your life, you have to think about you. If you’re not happy where you are, you’re the only one that can change that. And if you&rsqu...
Remembering The Crash of United Airlines Flight 232
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
Mary Ann BlachnikMary Ann Blachnik will never forget the day that United Airlines 232 crash-landed in Sioux City, Iowa twenty-nine years ago, nor the events that transpired afterward. “It was a...

Previous Next
Micki's Meanderings
Published: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Cheers To 2019!In giving thought to what I’d like to share with you in this January/February issue of course the New Year came to mind. It made me think of how certain things change depending on...
Micki’s Meanderings
Published: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Hello Her/His Voice Readers,I know we are past Veteran’s Day but I found this information really interesting and thought it worth sharing.History of Veterans DayWorld War I dash; known at the...
Micki’s Meanderings
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2018
Hurray For Fall Her/His Voice Readers!Autumn is such a beautiful time of year with the trees and their myriad of colors.We are so blessed to live in this part of the country where we truly get to witn...
Micki’s Meanderings
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
Hello Her and His Voice readers,All of us involved with the Her and His Voice magazines cannot thank you enough for your continued support. We love to hear your comments about the stories that we shar...
Micki’s Meanderings
Published: Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
I’ve always wanted to expand my horizons and learn a new language and honestly…I always thought it would be Spanish or maybe French. I never ever thought it would be the new language of a...

Previous Next
Youth Gain Plethora of Benefits from 4-H Program
Published: Friday, July 20th, 2018
“4-H gives you so many life skills and benefits,” explains Katie Doty, the 4-H Youth Program Assistant. Though she’s just in her first year in this position, the 4-H program is nothi...



© Copyright 2015 Her Voice Online