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Postcards: Put another quarter in the jukebox

By Linda Emley I grew up in Richmond in the 1970s and was part of the “hippie” generation. I had the long, straight “Peggy Lipton” style hair and wore bell-bottom…

Harold Penniston

Harold Penniston, 89, of Dockery, died Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013, with family at his bedside with  Shirkey’s Hospice in Richmond. He was born to Joseph Penniston and Cleo (Edgar) Penniston…

Setsuko Y. Kirkland

Setsuko Y. Kirkland, 86, of Richmond, died Monday, Aug. 5, 2013 at Shirkey Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Richmond. Setsuko was born Nov. 13, 1926 in Kobe, Japan to…

E. Dean Nelson

E. Dean Nelson, 86, of Higginsville, died Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013 at Meyer Care Center in Higginsville. Dean was born on Feb. 14, 1927 in Vilas, Kan. to Levi F.…

5653-Notice-Reynolds

5653-Notice-Reynolds   IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF RAY COUNTY ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT DIVISION FRED L. REYNOLDS, 103 Kent Drive Wood Heights, MO 64024 Plaintiff, Vs                                                                                Case # 13RY-CV00594…

Ann Louise Jacobs

Ann Louise Jacobs passed away Aug. 1, 2013 in Topeka, Kan. Funeral services will be Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. at the United Christian Presbyterian Church, Lawson.  The family…

Katherine Van Amburg

Katherine Van Amburg, 69, of Lexington passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family Thursday, Aug. 1,2013 after an extended battle with ovarian cancer. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., …

The Village Idiot: Johnny Appleseed knew something I don’t

By Jim Mullen Years ago I started planting fruit trees in the backyard. I planted five different kinds of apple trees, a cherry and a pear. The next year, I…

Guest opinion: Was it racist to get ready for violence after the Trayvon Martin trial?

By Colin Flaherty It seemed like a reasonable question: The AP reporter wanted to know if pundits and police over-reacted to the Trayvon verdict when they prepared for large-scale violence…

Postcards: Taking time to wonder is the root of stories that find me

By Linda Emley This is part two of “everything happens for a reason.” This June 17, I was visiting the Todd’s Chapel cemetery with a friend. This cemetery is a…