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Jack Remembers: Something in the Water?

By Jack Hackley I received an interesting letter from Walter Peterson from Gurnee, Ill. which is located between Chicago and Milwaukee. Letter in part: My sister, who resides in the…

Town never quite managed that (sports) match made in heaven

By Jack Hackley I recently did a column about three farm boys who attended a one-room country school, graduated from Mexico High School in 1952, and all three obtained their…

Stet FD ice cream social July 21

Stet Volunteer Fire Department will hosts its annual ice cream dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 21 at its air-conditioned fire station. The  fire station has on display…

Henrietta Baptist Church ice cream social July 18

Henrietta First Baptist Church will host an ice cream social Wednesday, July 18, starting at 6 p.m. The social will be a kickoff for the Vacation Bible School and will…

Sandwiches for lunch or dinner

Make a delicious lunch or dinner with one of these satisfying sandwiches. Pair them with a salad or bowl of soup and your meal will be complete. – Pat Pepper…

How finding Stet leads to wanting to know more about it

By Linda Emley A few weeks ago I was driving north out of Hardin on the “Ozark Shortline,” which is also Highway A. I was heading to Stet on a mission…

Organization bringing Central USA Convention, Gospel competition to Farris Theatre July 16-21

By David Knopf, News Editor People who attend next week’s country gospel competitions will hear everything from hymns to bluegrass to traditional Southern Gospel and contempory Gospel, all with a…

Competitive baseball group leases unused fields

By Mark Johnson, Staff Writer New life will soon be seen at two older baseball fields located behind Derstler Lumber after the Richmond Competitive Baseball Association (RCBA) reached agreement earlier…

Board passes on RMS phone decision

By Mark Johnson, Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI School Board failed to act on a proposal to replace the aging phone system at Richmond Middle School, deciding instead at a…

Lawson Picnic, with long and colorful history, nears 110th edition

By Linda Emley A few days ago I was at the Enchanted Frog in Lathrop and I decided to swing through Lawson on my way back to Richmond. It was…