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Jo’s Jottings: A busy week, with good things to eat and a preview of our ‘Fallen Heroes’

Tuesday, April 8, a brunch was given by the Ray County Memorial Hospital for all volunteers.  We were served fruit cup, spinach quiche, cinnamon roll and drink.  There was hardly…

From Richmond Fire Department: With grilling season here, help us with a few common-sense safety tips

A note from the Richmond Fire Department and SafeKids with a few recommendations on staying safe during grilling season: There is no better time to start thinking about cooking outside…

Bible Conference: Goal this year is to produce 5,000 French bibles for missionary work in Africa

The annual “Send the Light” Bible Conference will be held at the Richmond City Hall Gymnasium, 205 Summit St. in Richmond, beginning Sunday, April 27. The bible-making project will continue…

Jack Remembers: A helpful tip on how to get that $25 million out of the country

By Jack Hackley I just got an email from Capt. John Anthony with the 4th Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment Unit that patrols the Helmend Province of Afghanistan. He told me…

Plenty of choices in litter of mixed Sharpei-Labrador-hound pupplies

Postcards: Unparalleled hoopla when Ray celebrated Alexander Doniphan Day

By Linda Emley A few days ago, I was in Liberty and stopped by the Texas Roadhouse. Normally we would stop here for a steak, but my mission was different…

Pat’s Pantry: Easter Dinner

By Pat Mills Ham is always on our Easter dinner menu, but you may prefer lamb. You won’t have any finicky eaters with this vegetable bake, and how about treating…

Postcards: One thing led to another, and our Civil War display wound up in the Kansas City paper

By Linda Emley This Thursday, April 17 at 6 p.m., the Ray County Historical Society is hosting its quarterly meeting at the Eagleton Center in Richmond. The guest speaker is…

Jason: In the world of comics and costumes, it’s OK to be a kid again

By Jason Offutt Author’s note: This is the last in a three-part series on my day at Planet Comicon in Kansas City, Mo. Lacey Ballew, a nursing student from Kansas…

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