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Some readers must love to hate

By Jack Hartley Recently I did an article copying a critical letter sent to me by a person who would not sign his name. I had several responses to the…

H-C Courtwarming Queen and King

Hardin-Central seniors Kayla Carrillo, left and Damon Johnson were crowned Courtwarming King and Queen Friday after the boys’ game against Breckenridge in Hardin. (Photo by JoEllen Black/Richmond News)…

Pat’s Pantry: Jazzed-up chicken

In our home we eat a lot of chicken, so I’m on the lookout for good chicken recipes. Not only is chicken good for you, but I have also discovered…

Club found way to keep folks reading

By Linda Emley While looking over my files, I found one more story about our early libraries that I want to share. The Literary and Civic Improvement Club of Richmond was the…

Young, Frazer to wed in April

Misty Dawn Young, daughter of Leonard and Connie Young of Richmond, and William Jason Frazer, son of David and Marilyn Frazer of Stet, have announced their engagement. The couple will…

Ashley Erin Smith and Drew Michael Taylor

Miss Ashley Erin Smith and Drew Michael Taylor were united in marriage Dec. 31, 2011 at the Wynbrick Event Center in Liberty. The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Chris Cox…

Bullfrog’s size not nearly as important as how far he drags you

By Robert Smith, RHS ‘57 One day I was sitting in the Student Center at Central Missouri University drinking coffee with some of my fellow students and I mentioned that…

Scrapbooking looks easy, but take it from me it takes talent

By Jo Ellen Dale As I write the sun is shining and I can see blue sky all of which never fails to lighten my mood. *** Wednesday morning the…

Put a fishing rod or gun in his hands, a camera in dad’s, and he’s good to go

By JoEllen Black, Publisher Jimmy Houston dubs himself as America’s favorite fisherman, but Ray County may have one in the making. He’s not quite syndicated yet, but Henry Hilliard and…

When law enforcement hits close to home, cost becomes painfully clear

By Jack Hartley I have a hard time understanding why growth is so expensive. When I was a kid, Oak Grove had a population of 800, and a town marshal…