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James B. (Jimmy) White

James B. (Jimmy) White, 69 of Marshall, formerly of Carrollton, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013 at University Hospital in Columbia. Cremation memorial services will be Saturday, Jan. 19, at…

Helen Lucile Cooley

Helen Lucile Cooley, 90, of Lexington, died Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013 at Benchmark Health Care Center in Lexington. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 18, at Walker-Nadler-Fuller Funeral Home…

Bob Vandiver

Bob Vandiver, 84, of Camden, (Richmond) died peacefully in his sleep at home Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. Bob was born Oct. 5, 1928 in the Camden/Orrick area River Bottoms to…

George Hall “Pookie” Toms

George Hall “Pookie” Toms, 94, passed away Jan. 14, 2013. He served his country in the US Army during W.W.II. Cremation with no services. Arrangements through Bross & Spidle, Excelsior…

Pat’s Pantry: January is Soup Month

By Pat Mills I read the headlines in a supermarket checkout line magazine about January being national soup month, so I couldn’t resist printing some soup recipes. Soup can be…

Spartans shake off semifinal loss with third-place rout

By Russ Green-Sports Editor For the second year in a row, the Richmond Spartans bounced back from a disappointing semifinal loss with a run-away victory in the following outing to…

A wrong turn in the country leads to a forgotten piece of Ray County history

By Linda Emley If anyone had handed me this picture yesterday, I would have been shocked when they told me it was an old railroad bridge in Ray County. But…

Mom would’ve fed the pigs with what’s called ‘fresh bread’ today

By Jack Hackley Everybody has a pet peeve. One of mine is not being able to buy fresh bread in the grocery store. Now that Wonder Bread is out of…

West holds the edge at MRVC Tourney

RHS finishes in 10th By Russ Green-Sports Editor The West dominated the MRVC wrestling tournament held Friday and Saturday at the Richmond High School gym. The schools from the MRVC…

You can only cry ‘end of the world’ and be wrong so often

By Jason Offutt The good news is, if you’re reading this, you’re still alive. The end of the Mayan long-count calendar didn’t signal the end of the world. For me,…