Tammy Carter wasn’t looking to buy a business when she decided to purchase New Day Yoga and Fitness (formerly Love 139 Wellness).
The leadership and congregation at Derby’s St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church found a way to offer something to the public that helps fill a void in Derby.
City Council member Mark Staats, third from left, was recognized with a photo collage gift at the Dec. 10 meeting for his years of service to the council and the city by Mayor Randy White.
Ken Lyerla, owner of Ken’s Printing and Copying, was selected as the recipient of the 2019 Generosity Award. He was honored at the Derby Community Foundation Christmas party on Thursday, Dec. 12.
Derby residents don’t have to look very far or long to see and feel the impact of the Derby Community Foundation (DCF). That is helped in no small part by Uncorked, the foundation’s annual fundraising and awareness event.
She documented her wishes – but they said no.
More American children are competing in sports than ever before. Sports help children and adolescents keep their bodies fit and feel good about themselves. However, there are some important injury prevention tips that can help parents promote a safe, optimal sports experience for their child.
Do you struggle to get to sleep no matter how tired you are? Or do you wake up in the middle of the night and lie awake for hours, anxiously watching the clock?
With success comes change. With change comes new opportunities. Derby’s only clinic in the community devoted to pediatric care has made its mark and is ready for a change that will make them even better for those they serve.
Advanced Physical Therapy is an independently owned outpatient clinic that offers physical and occupational therapy services.
After consulting with medical professionals, we came up with a list of 10 heart healthy foods that can add to maintaining a healthy heart. Plus, some other suggestions that are valuable, too.
In Derby, it’s hard to throw anything without hitting someone with close ties to aviation. But despite its impact, it’s also easy to forget the history that made Wichita the Air Capital of the World.
Alex Slivka spent 34 years as one of the only masters of watch and clock repair in his native Kazakhstan, a central Asian country and former Soviet republic.
The city’s 150th anniversary celebration has come to a close, but Derby’s history will live on in a website available to all.
Americans are living longer, and most prefer to age in their own home and community. But there are challenges and costs associated with maintaining that independence.
It was a long journey to get to the point of becoming a U.S. citizen, but Cristina Ortiz made that goal.
Almost one in five adults has used a fitness tracker. Wearable fitness trackers can help improve medical care by providing insights into physical activity, heart rate, location and sleep patterns.