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Police will need community support to make Trick or Treat Street a success

To the Editor: The Richmond Police Department is well into the planning phase of the 2012 Trick or Treat Street event. As in years past, it will be hosted by…

Cold-weather soups

Here we are in the cool fall weather and it’s soup time. Some of these soups are thick and creamy, and warm your body and soul. – Pat  Hearty cheese…

Civil War’s impact on Shotwell-Royle family

By Linda Emley At the close of my last story, Fannie Elizabeth Shotwell had just married her prince charming, Milton Franklin Royle. She and her husband set up housekeeping in…

A BATTLE FOR BRAGGING RIGHTS

Lexington and Richmond booster clubs join in the annual rivalry with a competitive food drive for schools’ backpack programs  By Russ Green/Richmond News There will be more than the Saluda…

Goal met for downtown Christmas lights this year

Downtown Richmond will be a whole lot brighter this holiday season. A fund drive by Richmond Downtown Development Committee to purchase and install white LED lights to rim the tops…

Spartanalia exhibit: Just like is was yesterday

By David Knopf, News Editor I’m a sucker for memorabilia, so even this DeWitt Clinton High School Class of ’66 grad was drawn to the Spartanalia exhibit at the Friends…

Last week, I needed a scorecard to keep track of my activities

By Jo Ellen Dale Another busy week!  Last Tuesday I was up at 5:30 a.m. to get ready for our 6:30 class at United Christian Presbyterian Church. We are doing…

After a difficult childhood, Fannie marries her prince

By Linda Emley I just got back from decorating the showcase at the Ray County Courthouse and thought it would be nice to write a story about one of our…

A 2-for-1 special: Shop and save a grocery store

It was news to Apple Market co-owner Bob MacDonald when he heard his store was closing at the end of this month. “I don’t know where they’re getting that,” he…

Mom’s got the early lead, but don’t count the Girl out until the race reaches the high school years

By Jason Offutt Being the parent of a second grader and a kindergartener I always expect one child to be happy and one child to be angry at any given…