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Ike was too popular to keep in office

By Jack Hackley It is probably the first time in history a defeated U.S. Congressman is so popular in his district that he cannot fulfill all the invitations to speak.…

Farris Youth Theatre presents ‘Aladdin Jr.’ this weekend

On Friday at 7 p.m., the Farris Youth Theatre Company, formerly known as the Farris All Stars, will present the first of three performances of the musical “Aladdin Jr.” Performances…

A BIG BANG EVENT

A fly over, skydivers and aerial fireworks display highlights of Richmond chamber annual event  A family-friendly event that celebrates the nation’s birthday will be Friday, June 29, at Southview Park…

Departing Sunrise principal thankful for community’s support

To the Editor: Four years ago, I was given an opportunity by Mr. Robins and the Richmond Board of Education to begin my administration career here in Richmond. I was…

In old Albany, strangers paid for slurring Confederate general

By Linda Emley In 1877, the Edward Brothers of Missouri printed an Illustrated Map of Ray County that listed the town of Albany, population 150. It was 1 mile north…

Busy week includes fascinating program on probation-parole

By Jo Ellen Dale At a regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club June 19, Lt. Gov. Bob Bond requested that we have an interclub with Carrollton and the club…

Art, comedy event draws 100

Buhrmeisters celebrate 60 years

The family of Walter and Betty Buhrmeister invite you to participate in a card shower to celebrate the couple’s  60th wedding anniversary.  They were married on July 4,1952 in Hardin. …

Pat’s Pantry: For the love of chocolate

I had that “I want something chocolate” to snack on the other night, and it prompted me to go in search of a recipe. I couldn’t pass up this hot…

One thing leads to another, like the mystery man on the hill

By Linda Emley I was reading a 1917 Richmond Missourian newspaper on Saturday looking for an obituary. It’s impossible for me to read an old newspaper without skimming the other…