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Rabbit Tracks: An endemic fungus was the culprit after all

By Robert Smith I finally figured out what caused all of my problems.  It is something that all my family has, but in a dormant state. Likely, they are not…

Jason: Beam me up Scotty, I need to make a call

By Jason Offutt The telephone, to me, has always been a tool. You know, one of those woogly ones you bought 10 years ago to replace the faucet in the…

That’s a great sandwich

These wonderful sandwiches are very satisfying and will make a great meal if served with a salad or bowl of soup. Try the b-l-t tortillas for a new twist on…

Kell’s journey west lives on through history books, original documents

By Linda Emley A few days ago I was traveling down a highway in “the land of Lincoln” and saw an exit sign for the town of Alton, Ill. My heart…

Proposed EPA rule change concerns land commissioners in from 23 states

Land commissioners from 23 western states gathered in Bismarck, N.D. in July to discuss policy issues affecting land management for over 440 million acres of state land and water throughout…

Guest column: Former homeless woman, mother, uses her own experiences to motivate others facing challenges

At 8 months, Karlene Richardson, a Jamaican, was given over to her grandparents by her 18-year-old mother. Fifteen years later, she yearned to live with her mother, who had migrated…

Letter: Ray County Museum a gem, visitor writes

To the Editor During a recent visit to Richmond, my 12-year-old son and I had the pleasure of visiting the Ray County Museum. In fact, we visited twice during our…

Ray County Humane Society: Box-trained, family-friendly kittens ready for homes

This week’s message from Humane Society volunteer Gloria McFadden on kittens looking for their homes: “We have six adorable kittens from two different mothers.  The kittens were born mid- to…

Awards cap Ray County Library’s summer reading programs

Summer reading programs for children age 3-18 from June 1 thru July 31. The library sets reading challenges based on the child’s age/grade and offers many incentives along the way,…

Jack: Mean sergeant’s fall was swift, complete and very popular

By Jack Hackley Near the end of the Korean War, the United States government was drafting 60,000 men per month and was down to the 19-year-olds. One month, that 60,000…

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