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I can’t tell you how hacked I am about being hacked

By Jason Offutt The email message from my friend Chris was only slightly ominous: “Dude, I think you’ve been hacked.” Just a few decades ago, “hacked” was innocently simple. It…

Edna E. Kalthoff

Edna E. Kalthoff, 95 of Kansas City, Mo; formerly of Lexington died Saturday, March 16, 2013 at her daughters home where she had been residing.  Funeral services will be held  Wednesday,  March 20,…

Helen Louise Keller

Helen Louise Keller, 93, of Liberty, died Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at Liberty Hospital. Funeral services will be Saturday, March 16, at 2 p.m. at Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond.…

Richard Wayne Grass

Richard Wayne Grass, 68, Excelsior Springs, passed away, Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the Liberty Hospital. Mr. Grass was born March 16, 1944, in Excelsior Springs, the son of Oliver…

Shirley May Vermillion

Shirley May Vermillion, 71, of Orrick, died Thursday, March 14, 2013 at her home. Shirley was born  March 22, 1941 in San Diego, Calif. to George W. and Edith M.…

Conservation Reserve Program signups begin May 20

The signup period for the 45th General CRP Signup will be May 20 to June 14, Ray County FSA Director Jarrell Foreman said. All offered acres for this signup must…

Field Notes: For first time, Brazil expected to surpass U.S. in production of soybeans

By Amy Mayer Harvest Public Media The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts Brazil will produce about 52 million more bushels of soybeans this year than the U.S. will, the first…

Norborne woman joins Nathan Preston on 911 Advisory Board

Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday announced his appointments and nominations to eight boards and commissions, including a Norborne woman who joins the Advisory Committee for 911 Service Oversight. The nominees…

Not much time to spare for Momma Basset Hound

      A purebred Basset Hound picked up as a stray in Norborne found a secure home – however temporary – in the nick of time before delivering a…

DAR honors seniors with Good Citizen awards

    The Richmond Daughters of the American Revolution chapter annually honors a senior from each area high school with its Good Citizen award. The awards, recognizing the qualities of…