Volunteering at the Right Moment

The United States has left few generations untouched by war. Sometimes those involved were there voluntarily but often times not. One war that receives little attention in the history books is the Korean War from 1950-1953. This war was one of the ‘hot’ conflicts of the Cold War with two major powers, the United States…

Service as a Way of Life

Imagine being plucked out of your quiet, mundane life; taught a valuable skill; and then shipped off to another part of the world. That was the reality for the next three men who shared their stories about their military service in this third article in the series from Carnegie Village. Thomas Corrigan was a kid…

New Party, Same Ideals

  After the excitement of his July 4th announcement to run for the United States Senate, Austin Petersen took a few moments to answer some questions regarding his party switch, his campaign, and his goals. First on everyone’s mind who know anything at all about Petersen was why the switch to the Republican Party? Having…

Giving Back to Those Who Served

Carnegie Village in Belton has been proud of its residents from the moment they opened their doors in 2003. Veterans have held a special place in the hearts of the staff who immediately began to organize a hall to show respect to those who served. The Wall of Honor was born. Every resident who had…

Healthy Angels Ride

Eighty-eight motorcycle riders attended the 11th annual Healthy Angels Ride Aug. 15 to raise money for Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation’s Patient Assistance Fund, which helps disadvantaged Cass Regional Medical Center patients with resources such as medications, home care supplies and transportation after they are discharged from the hospital. The motorcycle ride consisted of 59…