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Charles William Hall

Charles William Hall, 54, of Lexington,  died Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 from injuries received in a motorcycle accident. Services will be Saturday, Oct. 19,  at 12 p.m., at the Walker-Nadler-Fuller Funeral…

John Maurice Clayton

John Maurice Clayton, 48, of Norborne,  died Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013 at his home. The family suggests memorials be made to the Stemple Cemetery Association. Memorial graveside services will be…

Simpson pleads guilty to second-degree murder

By JoEllen Black and David Knopf/Richmond News The central defendant in the May 2012 murder of a Richmond woman pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Friday and awaits sentencing. Brandon Scott…

Lake litterbugs harder to hook than fish

By David Knopf/Richmond News Ray County Lake is a Missouri Department of Conservation Area typically known for its pastoral setting, as well as good bass, catfish, sunfish and crappie fishing.…

Council OKs sidewalk replacement policy

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Richmond City Council approved a new sidewalk program for homeowners and business owners at its meeting Oct. 8. The new program earmarks $15,000 annually for the…

Fall Flood Festival Saturday in Hardin

Hardin Community Betterment Association hosts a Fall Flood Festival 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, honoring the 20th anniverary of the Flood of 1993 that greatly impacted the…

Guest Opinion: Broken Congress: It’s time for an intervention

By Lee H. Hamilton The American public has lost patience with Washington. The question is, now what? Congress is unable to do its job. It displays neither competence nor responsibility.…

Rabbit: Emergency lights and a vet in need

By Robert Smith I came up from Florida for my 56th reunion at Shirkey Sept. 27. It was Homecoming week and I was late getting a motel reservation and finally…

Pat’s Pantry: Cut your kitchen time

By Pat Mills Don’t have time to spend in the kitchen with your busy schedule?  Try these fast and easy recipes, and in 30 minutes or less you can have…

Postcards: From scout campout to jail-cell haunted house to ghosts, The Hill was a-buzz

By Linda Emley It was a very busy weekend on The Hill. Around 200 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and their families camped out behind the museum at the Ray County…