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Civil War foes laid to rest side-by-side

Bt Linda Emley There is a field northeast of Millville that was once owned by Benjamin Franklin McCuistion. Its legal description is Township 54, Range 26, Section 31. Ben was…

Back Beat: Why the neighborhood library and Lady Jane are best friends forever

By Tim Osburn Lady Jane is a bibliophile. The home we share is filled with books. They are scattered hither and yon throughout the house, but concentrated mostly in our…

2013 Relay for Life: Christal’s Cavalry

Miss Ray County Pageant: Three’s not a crowd

Jo’s Jottings: A day so busy I had nothing left in the tank for Relay for Life

By Jo Ellen Dale The regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club was held June 4 at the 19th Hole.  Again I received many good wishes as it happened to…

Free Gospel music concert at the Eagleton Center

Miss Ray County: Passing the crown

Relay for Life: Survivors’ role models for hope

By David Knopf, News Editor When organizers of Ray County’s 16th Relay for Life walk chose its 2013 Heroes of Hope, making a splash coinciding with a move to the…

Thanks for making concert a success

To the Editor: On behalf of the Lexington Wind Symphony, I sincerely thank everyone for making the LWS’s Patriotic Concert so successful. It is always a pleasure to see the…

Rabbit Tracks: ‘A Modest Proposal’ for rooting out morel mushrooms in Ray County

By Bob Smith, RHS Class of ‘57 I am sure many of you are familiar with Johnathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal,” the author’s plan for solving the population problem in…