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Remembering Harold Calvert for his service

Presidential commendation By David Knopf/News Editor Marjorie Calvert had never seen a letter like the one her neighbor brought to the door. In fact, the resident of Morningside Drive in…

Fire, revivals, a cyclone: the summer of 1915 was one to remember

By Linda Emley A few years ago, I was working on a story about the Woodson Institute, and after reading the Richmond Conservator for four hours, I realized the summer…

A good home-cooked meal

If you’re a fried chicken lover, you will love this parmesan chicken recipe because it’s baked. That saves a lot in calories and fat. Paired with onion-roasted potatoes this meal’s…

Cole, Berg to marry in November

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cole of Richmond are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Leslyn Cole, to Dallas Berg, son of Austin and Twyla Berg, also of Richmond.…

Remembering Alexander Doniphan on his 207th birthday

By Linda Emley, For The Richmond News Thursday July 9, 2015, may just be a normal day in Ray County, but I planned to make it a special day because…

A Taste of the Southwest

Let’s shake up dinner with south-of-the border meals.  From soups, salads and main dish to dessert, you can put a little spice in supper tonight. MARGARITA BARS Base: 1 3/4 cups all-purpose…

House thought to be Ray’s oldest purchased the year river moved

By Linda Emley A few weeks ago, I shared the story about Camden waking up to find the Missouri River was no longer flowing by their town. This happened 100 years…

Community Calendar, July 3 – 18

FRIDAY, JULY 3 Starting at 5:30 p.m., Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce presents its annual American Celebration at Southview Park in Richmond. Events include a free swim 5:30 to 8:30…

Freshly made condiments

Here are some sure-to-please homemade dressings, sauces and seasoning mixes.  Peach dessert sauce is a pretty sauce for ice cream or angel food cake. – Pat Peach dessert sauce 1…

The zest for celebrating the 4th hasn’t changed much in 200 years

By Linda Emley Ilove the 4th of July because ‎56 men put their “John Hancock” on the Declaration of Independence and now it’s our job to keep their dream alive.…