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Morning meal ideas

Need a hot meal on the table in the morning? These cafe-worthy meals have easy-to-follow directions and come together in less than 30 minutes. From the creamy filling in the…

Senior center hosts Valentine’s dinner, dance

Ray County Senior Center is hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner and dance Friday, Feb. 14, at the center, 1015 Royle St. in Richmond. The event begins with a sit-down dinner…

Wrestlemania returns: Richmond event to aid local family with ailing son

World League Wrestling returns to Richmond March 1 with a card that includes a local competitor and will benefit a local toddler with serious medical problems. As is the custom,…

Snow, white barn and trees bring out winter’s best

Jo’s Jottings: Eating three meals out at civic clubs in one day a personal best

By Jo Ellen Dale I am sure that all of you are as ready for Spring as am I.  For the first time since I have been a member, Kiwanis…

War hero Israel Hendley buried in an out-of-the-way graveyard

By Linda Emley In Richmond, there is a small family cemetery that lies in the middle of West Lexington Street. It’s the Martin Family Cemetery and was originally part of…

‘Fairy Godmother’ prom dress event Feb. 22

It’s possible to find a fabulous prom dress for just $10 – or, by trade. Prom dresses will be available to any area high school student through the Fairy Godmother…

Tickets available for Feb. 22 Rotary Reverse Raffle

Tickets are still available for Richmond Rotary’s ninth annual Reverse Raffle Saturday, Feb. 22, at Ray County Memorial Veterans Building, 312 Clark St. Tickets are $125 and include two meals,…

Claire McCaskill’s Point of View: Certainty for farmers and ranchers

By Sen. Clare McCaskill For more than two years, Missouri’s farmers and ranchers have gone to work each day with lingering uncertainty about our government’s agriculture policy. This week’s passage…

Jason: Eating dad’s chili, ignoring the game mark revival of Offut Super Bowl tradition

By Jason Offutt There’s a tradition in the Offutt household that stretches back to the year I was born. On Super Bowl Sunday, Dad made chili and the family sat…