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Vegetable side dishes

By Pat Mills These vegetable side dishes will add a little something special to every-day dinners. Mashed potatoes paired with bacon and cheese makes for a hearty down-home satisfying side…

Once ‘amiable’ offshoots of men, women have stepped out of history’s shadows

By Linda Emley March is national Women’s History Month and Thursday, March 8 is International Women’s Day. Both of these are recent additions to our calendars. The first National Women’s…

Ideal’s chili-soup dinner Saturday

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News What began in the early 1980s as an open house for the community to view its sheltered workshop has become one of the largest annual chili…

Cat in the Hat leads the way for Read Across America

By Mark Johnson/Richmond News avorite childhood tales past and present will be shared this week as Richmond schools celebrate Read Across America, an annual nationwide event. The festivities began Monday…

Pat’s Pantry: S’more good meals

By Pat Mills These cute little s’mores cups are the greatest. You can have your favorite treat without building a fire outside. I remember always asking for a pan of…

How a chance encounter wrote a chapter of Ray County History

By Linda Emley East of Millville on Highway E, there is a beautiful old house that was originally the home of Isaiah Mansur. The home started life as a log…

ART AND SCIENCE: There’s room for self-expression in shaping your trees, but there’s also a science in how, when and where to make pruning cuts

By David Knopf, News Editor There’s ample opportunity for a grower to artfully shape fruit trees, but self-expression is best pursued with an understanding of the science behind pruning for…

What’s in a name? Plenty if you’re a historical figure

By Linda Emley Every February we get a three-day weekend and lots of stores have a big promotion known as the “President’s Day Sale”, but it’s not really President’s Day…

At 100, Uncle Henry Williams cut wood, just slower than before

By Linda Emley If I lived to be 100 years old, what would I want to do on my 100th birthday? I could think of lots of fun things to…

Best loved recipes

It’s always nice to share your favorite recipes. These were given to me by my granddaughter, and I think you will agree that they are the best. – Pat Sopapilla…