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Weekend trail ride benefits dream of flying for Hardin, Norborne students

By Claudia Spooner Wright Flight of Missouri and Kansas A Wright Flight Trail Ride weekend will be held Sept. 27-29 at the Big River Ranch in Lexington. Wright Flight (a…

Be quiet, avoid eye contact, don’t speak American

By Jason Offutt The accent sounded familiar. It should be. I’ve heard it enough in the United Kingdom; it was American. Living in London for a month, I’ve gotten so…

Jack Remembers: No matter how you cut it, watermelons aren’t as good as they once were

By Jack Hackley Joel Nichols, longtime weather man for KMBC, Kansas City’s ABC affiliate, sent the following email: Hello Jack, It was great to meet you at Tim and Maria’s…

Postcards: ‘Six flags over Ray County Museum’ reality on eve of Veteran’s Picnic

By Linda Emley On Saturday, Sept. 28, the 7th Annual Veteran’s Appreciation Picnic will be held at the Ray County Museum. We are hoping for a perfect day. but if…

Spartans face talented Huskers as MRVC East play begins

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Richmond coach Rob Bowers could describe his team’s play through the first four games of the season as inconsistent. Richmond takes a 3-1 record into the…

Dawgs look to bounce back with win at Christian

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Hardin-Central coach Kirk Thacker feels his Bulldogs will have no trouble putting last Friday night’s loss at North Andrew behind them. After falling to the No.…

Bearcats seek a bit of revenge

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Although he wasn’t the head coach of the Orrick Bearcats last year, Nick Chapman has reminded his team about last year’s Homecoming game at Sweet Springs.…

RHS grabs fifth at Smithville

Hardin-Central freshman sets another school mark By Russ Green-Sports Editor Richmond placed two runners in the top 20 Tuesday afternoon to help the Spartans to a fifth-place finish at the…

Errors lead to league loss for RHS

By Russ Green-Sports Editor A rough third inning proved costly for the Richmond Lady Spartans Tuesday night at Southview Field. Higginsville scored 6 runs in the third inning on four…

Netters come close to upset win

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Lady Spartan tennis team almost pulled off a win over the eight-time defending conference champions Tuesday night at Maurice Roberts Park. Higginsville won the final…