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Fresh from the orchard

Fall is the best of all the seasons. I love to take a drive and visit apple orchards, to smell the apples and try to make up my mind which…

Veterans teach flag etiquette on Sept. 11

Heeding ‘call of duty’ when it matters most

By David Knopf, News Editor Mike Shane said America is at its best when it’s needed the most. Shane, filling in Tuesday as chaplain at Shirkey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center,…

Round ‘em up, roll ‘em out

Sheriff had family ties to two of the Hughes and Wasson victims

By Linda Emley So now we know that Deputy Frank Griffin and his father the jailer, Berry G. Griffin, were both shot and killed at the bank robbery in 1867.…

A reunion, a 90th birthday, biscuits ‘n’ gravy and Hal’s take on the Constitution

Marlene and Andy Skiles have recently returned from a vacation to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where the weather was beautiful and everything was green. Many years ago our younger…

Beef – It’s what’s for dinner tonight

Beef is so satisfying and these recipes are easy to make for everyday meals – but special enough to serve company. You can use inexpensive cuts of beef to make…

Collection of Richmond postcards will be displayed at Farris Friends Gallery Sept. 15-23

By Linda Emley Two and one half years ago, I started writing my weekly column “If Postcards Could Talk” for the Richmond News. So much has changed in this short…

Here’s what we know about the 3 men killed on May 23, 1867

By Linda Emley And now it’s time for more tales about the May 23, 1867 bank robbery in Richmond. At the close of my last story, the desperados were heading…

Quilts of Valor: Ray quilter hoping returning veterans can find comfort after being exposed to war

By David Knopf, News Editor Laurel Kindley had seen the Quilts of Valor booths at the quilting shows she attended, but says she didn’t know much about it. The national…