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MAKE ROOM ON THE GRILL

I love anything cooked on a grill, so make room for more than burgers on that grill.  Here are a kids-favorite dessert, vegetables and stuffed burgers.  – Pat BANANA BOATS…

It’s five years since the Postcards column made its debut

By Linda Emley On Thursday April 15, 2010, the Richmond News ran a story titled, “Postcards From Richmond’s Past.” It was the introducing to my column, “If Postcards Could Talk.”…

PARTY SNACKS

Need something to snack on when you are watching that late night movie or having a few friends over a visit?  Serve some popcorn or nachos – everyone’s favorites. –…

Meeting of Grant and Lee April 9, 1865 first step to war’s end

By Linda Emley I delayed the rest of my story about the Battle of Albany because I wanted to share some details about April 9, 1865. This is an important date…

LEFTOVER HAM RECIPES

Well, it’s the day after Easter and I’m sure that a lot of you are like me –  lots of  left over ham.  We can have it again for breakfast,…

Five months after the Albany reenactment, hear the details

By Linda Emley On Thursday, April 9, Ray County Historical Society hosts a carry-in dinner at the Eagleton Center. Dinner will start at 6 p.m. and everyone is invited to bring a…

FEEDING A HUNGRY CROWD

Going to a potluck dinner or large family gathering, I like to find new and interesting recipes to try on my family. From this zippy bean salad, creamy mac ‘n’…

Richmond offers a plethora of Mormon history sites

By Linda Emley Previously  I mentioned the 10 sites in Richmond that are a part of Mormon history. These sties are as follows: the Ray County Museum, which has a…

LET’S DO PASTA TONIGHT

Pasta is a comforting dish with a wide variety of entrées. Pasta is a very filling meal and can be served with many different sauces. – Pat BAKED MOSTACCIOLI 8…

Steamboat explosion tragic chapter in Lexington’s history

By Linda Emley The 1881 Lafayette County history book tells the story about a steamboat that was named the Saluda. “STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION — 1851. The river was high, a good…

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