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Meeting the needs of a new generation of seniors

Facility received a 5-star rating from U.S. News & World Report By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer – Living 50-Plus, Richmond News The aging game has changed. It’s not the same…

Senior Center: A celebration of life

Ray County Senior Center provides socialization, meals, activities and education By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer As humans, we all value our independence. That doesn’t change after we reach a certain…

Taking the fear out of hospice

Providing comfort and kindness to those at the end of life’s journey By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer, Living 50-Plus, Feb. 3, 2017 Death and dying. These words are interchangeable and can…

You are not alone

Empowering caregivers to find resources, even out responsibilities, find support By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Taking on the job of caregiver for another human being can be terrifying. Caregiving is…

Prepare to be well and live well

The ins and outs of holistic elder care law, part I Living 50-Plus  By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer This month’s Living 50-Plus will focus on the issue of elder care, caregiving,…

‘Tis the season to give back

Organizations, individuals make giving back a year-round service from the heart By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Giving year-round is the mission behind many Ray County organizations … not just during…

Wreaths Across America: Remembering veterans’ lives, not their deaths

REMEMBER. HONOR. TEACH. Remember our fallen U.S. veterans Honor those who serve Teach your children the value of freedom By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Living 50-Plus, Nov. 22, 2016 Wreaths Across…

Made for glamour: ‘No goal or dream is too big’

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer A haircut, a little highlights here and there, a perm, a special style – all these things make one feel special, cared for and feel better…

Dr. Nathan Inzerillo, muscle car enthusiast: ‘You can’t take the kid out of the muscle’

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Just about everyone in Ray County knows him as Dr. Nathan Inzerillo. He’s delivered a large quantity of the county’s children and has been the physician…

The genealogy revolution, part 2: ‘It’s fun to SHARE’

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer HISTORIAN JENNIFER TEICHMAN-KERR Jennifer Teichman-Kerr is an historical staple around Lexington history circles. Her family goes back seven generations in Lafayette County through her paternal side.…

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