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Right to Farm win means real work starts

By Blake Hurst The passage of Amendment 1, the Farming Rights Amendment, is great news for the future of Missouri agriculture. Although the vote was close, a majority of Missouri…

Postcards: Museum history, personal roots date to geneaology group’s founding

By Linda Emley I think by now everyone knows that I spend a lot of my time at the Ray County Museum. My job title is “Museum Manager” and I…

Vocational Agriculture Teachers Assoc. honors RHS’s Joe Robinson

Joe Robinson, Richmond R-XVI High School agriculture teacher/FFA advisor, was recently honored with a Distinguished Service Award at the 2014 Missouri Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association annual awards luncheon. Robinson represented…

New Sam’s Club donates $2,500 to RHS Backpack Program

Fake slithery thing helps protect Camdenite’s birds

Jack: Wendell Bailey didn’t like Ike, or for that matter, Jack

By Jack Hackley In 1980, Wendell Bailey was a car dealer in Willow Springs.  When Dick Ichord retired as the 8th Congressional Congressman, Wendell ran as a Republican and won.…

Jo’s Jottings: Kiwanians learn number of abused and neglected children alarming

By Jo Ellen Dale So far this has been a busy week.  At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club Tuesday, Aug. 12, the program was given by Marti…

Rabbit Tracks: An endemic fungus was the culprit after all

By Robert Smith I finally figured out what caused all of my problems.  It is something that all my family has, but in a dormant state. Likely, they are not…

Jason: Beam me up Scotty, I need to make a call

By Jason Offutt The telephone, to me, has always been a tool. You know, one of those woogly ones you bought 10 years ago to replace the faucet in the…

That’s a great sandwich

These wonderful sandwiches are very satisfying and will make a great meal if served with a salad or bowl of soup. Try the b-l-t tortillas for a new twist on…