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Local quilters thank a serviceman for his contribution

Jo’s Jottings: Good news is there’s plenty of time left to get some Masons’ fish

By Jo Ellen Dale Oops, I did it again.  However this time I have an excellent excuse.  I was not the only one who thought that the Masons’ fish fry…

Native Americans, part of Ray’s early history, were displaced, but not warlike

By Linda Emley With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I was thinking about the people that shared that first feast. According to the History Channel, “In 1621, the Plymouth colonists…

Midwest Computech, Richmond Public School’s technology-services consultant, reports on problems, remedies

The following was included in packet material for Richmond School Board members at their Nov. 12 meeting: Richmond R‐XVI School District Technological Timeline October/November 2012 Re‐imaging project numbers:  High…

Ford’s ‘Go Further’ event mixes American Idol with 2013 Fusion

Swafford’s Ford sponsors a “Go Further with Ford Night” Thursday, Nov. 15, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the showroom at 223 S. Thornton in Richmond. It is the finale…

House of Hope seeking holiday items for clients

House of Hope, a shelter for victims of domestic and sexual abuse in Ray, Lafayette and Eastern Jackson counties, is seeking holiday gifts for those living in its shelter. “Holidays…

Pat’s Pantry: Cranberries and pumpkins

By Pat Mills There are always cranberry and pumpkin dishes on the table at Thanksgiving. This year, try a pumpkin cake in place of pie, and a cranberry relish in…

Vets still giving, this time with their stories

By Linda Emley In Clinton, there’s a Victorian house that was built in 1868 by Gustave Haysler. Today it looks very much like it did in 1868 thanks to Mr.…

This weekend at The Farris Theatre

Richmond High School’s Drama Department to perform  the Meredith Wilson classic at the Farris Theatre, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.   The Cast: Conductor, Adam…

Lawson VFW officer honored for volunteer service

By Jay Eastlick, Director of Communications Lt. Governor’s Office On Oct. 31, Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder presented John Roush Jr. of Excelsior Springs with the Lieutenant Governor’s Veterans Service…