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Home Country: It’s time to fertilize the logic, not the lawn

By Slim Randles It’s idolatry, pure and simple. Why else would millions of people spend billions of dollars each year on something that simply takes work and means time away…

Something good comes from tragedy

To the Editor and residents of Richmond: I,  and the family of Michelle Rheuport,  sincerely want to thank our city of Richmond.  I honestly believe there is no better place…

Whirled Peas: In nature, there’s no such thing as a net loss of body hair; it just finds a new home

By Dennis Carlson A wise man once told me to write when I feel like it, because there will be times when I don’t feel like it. I have just…

Missouri Crop Report: Dry week helps corn growers catch up

Through May 20 Agricultural Summary Farmers took advantage of the warm dry conditions to plant over two million acres. There were 5.7 days suitable for fieldwork.  This is the first…

Higginsville’s Confederate Home cemetery has strong Ray ties

By Linda Emley I feel close to my ancestral roots when I walk around the cemeteries of Ray County, but I also visit cemeteries outside our county when I have…

Bonnie Jean Hankins

Bonnie Jean Hankins, 82, of Richmond, died Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at Shirkey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Richmond. Bonnie was born Nov. 30, 1930 in Kansas City, Mo. to…

Roy Lee Howard

Roy Lee Howard, 59, of Dover, Ark., formerly of Hardin, died Saturday, May 18, 2013, at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. He was born September 9, 1953,…

Regina Mae Cole

Regina Mae Cole, 64, of Lexington, passed away Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at Benchmark Care Center in Lexington. Services will be 1 p.m., Saturday, May 25,  at the Second Baptist…

Visiting graves on Memorial Day links us with the past

By Linda Emley Memorial Day weekend is one of my favorite holidays because some of my best memories are from the days when my grandmother, Mildred Kell Schooler, and I…

Drug unit will have to dig to crack this one

By Jason Offutt The problem starts slowly. So slowly you don’t realize it is a problem until someone knocks you down and takes your watch. First, there may be rustling…