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Photographer Orval Hixon’s early life remains a mystery

If Postcards Could Talk/By Linda Emley   I wanted to share some stories about Orval Hixon’s early days in Richmond, but I haven’t been able to find much about his private…

Photographer of the stars got his start in Richmond

If Postcards Could Talk/By Linda Emley In Weston, Mo. there’s a shop called the “Sundance Photo Gallery”. It is located in a building that was formerly a saloon, a doctor’s…

They pulled the plug on Pine Valley, but Richmond lives on

By Linda Emley   On Sept 23, there was a party in Pine Valley. The whole town gathered ‘round while Tad Martin made a toast to all the people past…

Tale reminds us how two churches became one

Mailed from Richmond, Mo. on Apr. 14, 1909 to Miss Florence Laukford, Lexington College, Lexington, Mo.: “Dear Florence, Have you forgotten ‘Little Tiny’? I haven’t heard from you for an…

No rest ‘til Taylor Roadside Park keeps its place in history

Sometimes people ask me, “When are you going to run out of stories?” I always laugh and say, “Never. Because there is always another story waiting just around the next…

Flawless day for 9/11 observance at museum, across U.S.

I ’m happy to see that America survived the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 without any tragedies. It was a nice early fall Sunday here in small-town America, but I…