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Naason Riggs Swafford

Reason and Jacki Swafford of Rayville are proud to announce the birth of their son, Naason Riggs Swafford.  Naason was born December 21, 2011 at North Kansas City Hospital at…

Mac ‘n’ cheese

By Pat Mills Macaroni and cheese is our No. 1 comfort food, No. 1 kids favorite and can be a dinner in its self with add-ins of veggies or meat.…

One thing sure: Ray distiller was wealthy

By Linda Emley Last week while reading a 1920 Richmond Missourian, I ran across an interesting article that reminded me that things are not always as they seem. I’ve been…

RHS student’s leadership trip to Washington brought unexpected rewards, experiences

During his trip to Washington with the National Youth Leadership Forum, Richmond High School junior John Landwehr visited Capitol Hill, embassy buildings, the Smithsonian and the Marine base at Quantico.…

Holidays an infectious time, but in my case, too much so

H ope everyone had a happy Christmas. I did, but sometime over the weekend I contracted a sinus infection and haven’t been out and about as usual. I had to…

Library hosting beginning computer classes in February

The Ray County Library will be hosting additional Beginner Computer Classes in February. • Introduction to Computers will teach individuals computer terminology, computer component identification, how to operate the mouse…

AARP will provide tax assistance at Ray County Library

AARP will be providing tax assistance on Tuesdays from Feb. 7 through April 10 at Ray County Library. Help with tax forms will be available from 9 a.m. to 1…

World War I left its mark on Ray County, which sent Company G to war

By Linda Emley This is the story of two young boys who were born in Ray County many years ago. Allen B. Moyer was born Sept. 18, 1895, the fifth…

Lost in a fog, taken by storm

By Jack Hackley Every once in a while I drive on I-70 100 miles from Columbia to Oak Grove and back. There are two lanes of solid traffic both ways,…

Everyday eats

The holidays are over and it’s back to 9 to 5 work days. I like recipes that you can make a day or two ahead and then pull out of…