A little dancing does a lot of good

March 9, 2023 SST

By Todd Travis An early initiation to dancing Monica McClurg got her start teaching ballroom dancing when she was 16 years old. She got her first big break when she was asked to move to […]


200! A milestone for Johnson County

March 2, 2023 SST

By Todd Travis A year to remember If you haven’t been keeping a tally on Johnson County’s birthdays, you may not have realized that we have arrived on a big one: 200! Luckily, David Pfeiffer, […]


A heart for women’s health

February 2, 2023 SST

By Peg McRoy Glover Kim Speer’s dedication and enthusiasm for the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Go Red for Women initiative is so contagious it is hard not to want to be part of it when […]


Living a childhood dream

January 19, 2023 SST

By Sherri Coner Some people never find their happy place. But Center Grove resident, Terry Locke, is definitely not one of those people. Imagine Cinderella twirling in front of her castle, Mickey and Minnie Mouse […]


More than just a friend

January 12, 2023 SST

By Todd Travis Dogs have long been known to be “man’s best friend.” Aspen, a purebred miniature husky owned by Southside resident Steven Litz, takes it a step further and becomes a shining light to […]


A teacher for life

December 15, 2022 SST

By Todd Travis Born to inform “My mother says that when I was a child, I started teaching my 2-year-old sister. I had never even heard of school, but here I was teaching,” said Linda […]


Name your price

December 8, 2022 SST

By Todd Travis When Margaret Burton took her truck to a mechanic earlier this year, she got much more than just her vehicle back. When she was talking with him, she shared her dream to […]


Whalen’s Heroes

November 17, 2022 SST

By Todd Travis Inspiration to help A single moment can begin a domino effect that creates lasting change. For Dawn Whalen, founder of Whalen’s Heroes, that moment came in May of this year while she […]