A Year Down the Road

Every year more than 200,000 women face a diagnosis of invasive breast cancer. Thanks to the national spotlight on organizations that raise funding and awareness for breast cancer research, women know much about those who fight a breast cancer diagnosis – through mastectomy, infusion therapy, radiation and reconstructive therapy. Although many women share success stories about treatment, fewer stories convey…

Happy Days In Blue Valley

The endearing and memorable TV show from the 1970s and 80s coined the phrase “Happy Days,” but it doesn’t hold a candle to the philanthropic and kind-hearted Mr. and Mrs. “C” of modern Johnson County. Patrick and Kathleen Cocherl (Pat and Kathy) are the quintessential mom and pop of altruism in our own community.

Breaking News for the Dubill Family

Christa Dubill is a face you likely recognize: As one of the evening anchors at 41 Action News, she’s entered your home nightly for five years to fill you in on the latest local and national news. So it was something of a treat to flip this scenario and be invited inside the Dubill home to learn more about this…

On The Move With The Maddox Family

Bonnie and Mike Maddox’s story could have begun when the pair was in first grade, living on 99th Terrace by Oak Park Mall, almost four decades ago…but it didn’t. Instead, divided by Quivira Road, the two attended different schools, and never meeting, soon moved out of state.