ties that bind

One family preseves the legacy of an African American town in Missouri [video]

Dec 23, 2013
KBIA

Located eight miles outside of Marshall, Mo., is a church that is all that remains of Pennytown. Started by a freed slave in 1871, Pennytown was one of the only predominantly African American towns in mid-Missouri in the 20th century.  

Stable work for the postal office ties generations to rural Mo. [video]

Dec 20, 2013
KBIA

For Loretta Moss, no work was as stable or as satisfying than that of a postal carrier. 

67 year-old watches over father's farm just as he did at 18 [video]

Dec 19, 2013
KBIA

Growing up on the farm his father bought in the 1950s, John Schupp would be the first to admit that there’s no better place than home.

51 years of marriage bind this couple together [video]

Dec 18, 2013
KBIA

After 51 years of marriage, Philip and Aleta Miller can still recall the day it all began.