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Michael Louis Chenier

Michael Louis Chenier, 50, of Knoxville, died Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 at the Liberty Hospital. Michael was born Aug.  28, 1962 in Chicago. Ill. to Daniel Louis and Carol Lee…

John Wilson Meador

John Wilson Meador, beloved husband, father, Papa, brother, uncle and friend was born July 23, 1959 in Richmond, and passed away at home Jan. 1, 2013 in Kansas City, Mo.…

‘I remember’: At 86, James Hill recalls his Richmond childhood

By James Hill, Special to the Richmond News Editor’s note: James Hill lives 45 miles northeast of Dallas, Texas, his home since 1956. After 57 years in a place where…

Jo’s Jottings: Holidays were busy time for families to gather, enjoy celebrations

By Jo Ellen Dale Susan and Bruce Adams hosted the family Christmas party at their home.  Those present were Jamie and Jeremy McGinnis and kids,  Lindsey, Kassie and Kaden, Tina…

RHS baseball heads list of top 2012 stories

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Here are the top local sports stories from 2012. 1. Richmond Spartan baseball team claims first MRVC East and District championships. Coach Brandon Quick’s Spartans easily…

Extension holds beef producers’ meeting Jan. 29 in Higginsville

By Patrick Davis Livestock Specialist University of Missouri – Extension and MFA Inc. are working together to conduct a Winter Beef Cattle Producers Meeting which will focus on strategies and…

Noted Richmond photographer forever linked to museum building

By Linda Emley The Ray County Museum has 17 original Orval Hixon photographs that are signed by the man himself. These pictures are valuable because of each is a work…

Exercise caution when it comes to the intersection of religion, government and ‘old values’

To the Editor: We all want a better world for ourselves, our children, and our grandchildren.  We can all agree that honesty, self-sufficiency and security from random violence is desirable. …

A memorial or a resting place? Judge to consider findings Friday

By David Knopf/Richmond News It’s 122 years since the death of Judge George Washington Dunn, a contemporary of Alexander Doniphan who presided over the burial of Bloody Bill Anderson. But…

Whirled Peas … Hours of amusement: My wife’s cat plays fetch

By Dennis Carlson My wife’s cat plays fetch like a dog. He brings toys, paper wads, fuzz, pencils and anything else he can find to her and drops it. He…