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Jo’s Jottings: Autism program informative, praises Ideal Industries

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club on Oct. 23, a new member was inducted. Mac Proffitt sponsored Troy Pyle, who was welcomed warmly…

4-H Club distributes awards to youth members, volunteers

Ray County 4-H recognized 219 youth and 107 volunteer leaders for their year achievements at the Annual 4-H Recognition & Awards Banquet last month at the Eagleton Civic Center. Ray…

On Nov. 2, 1948, the buck didn’t stop here, but it did sleep in Excelsior Springs

By Linda Emley Election Day is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. So why is it always on a Tuesday? It was originally created so no one…

A flock with longevity

By Linda Emley A few days ago, I was looking at a scrapbook from the Morton community and there were lots of interesting newspaper clippings, but there was one story…

Pat’s Pantry: Some of the best burgers

By Pat Mills Some of the best burgers don’t even have meat in them. Here are some burger recipes for every taste and style. Burgers are some of the best…

Richmond High School Class of 1962 marks 50th reunion

Shirkey’s lending support to annual Trick or Treat Street

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of Richmond Kiwanis Club on Tuesday, Oct. 16, Steve Meyer gave a report on the Bill George Golf Tournament.  He said that…

Richmond FCE members return with awards from state conference

The 76th Missouri Association for Family and Community Education,  Inc. Annual Conference was held Oct. 3-5 at the Quality Inn in Hannibal. Dorothy Maffitt, Nellie Ogan and Mary Martens of…

Postcards: Fond memories of our public library, which hosts a book sale beginning Friday

By Linda Emley I love books. I collect many things, but my book collection is my true obsession. It’s always fun to find a rare book at a good price,…

Police seeking donations, volunteers for Trick-or-Treat Street

Richmond Police is seeking a help from the community for its annual Trick-or-Treat Street event that served more than 600 area kids last year with a fun and safe Halloween.…