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Helping others made job rewarding

People from all over north central Missouri came to give their best wishes to Allen Gentry, who retired last week after working with the USDA for 40 years. (Photo by…

Santa visits Ray Co. children Saturday

Isabella Smith, 3, of Richmond appears to be enamored with the jolly old man during her visit Saturday at Richmond Middle School, part of the Breakfast with Santa event. Isabella…

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Kylie Hibbard, 7, of Henrietta takes in all the sights and sounds of the inaugural Richmond Christmas Light Parade Thursday at Richmond Square. Hibbard was part of the Henrietta Baptist…

Library computer class sign-up Dec. 16

Ray County Library will host beginner computer classes starting January 2012. Classes include: • Introduction to Computers  - computer terminology and component identification, operating a mouse and a basic introduction…

THE ONE THAT DIDN’T GET AWAY

Ken Williams has now caught two catfish believed to weigh over 40 pounds apiece in a pond on Shirkey Golf Course property. He didn’t have a camera available the first…

Area doctor, family become U.S. citizens

Richmond physician Daniel Paul, his wife Glory (center) and daughter Becky took the oath of citizenship at the federal courthouse in Kansas City on Nov. 17. Their son, Jonathan, was…

Richmond receptionist chosen state’s Older Worker of the Year

  Ruby Daniel, a receptionist for 55 years, has won Missouri’s 2011 Older Worker of the Year Contest.  Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services Director Margaret T. Donnelly presented…

A week of Thanksgiving plenty: Time for family and holiday dinners

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club at the 19th Hole restaurant Don Kerin of Photography by Donn gave a very interesting program on…

From Santa to plastic, not much has changed in Richmond since 1967

By Linda Emley This evening ( 6 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 1) there is going to be a Christmas Light Parade and Extravaganza in Richmond. It’s the first Christmas “Light” Parade,…

Souper Meals

By Pat Mills Soups are a great tasty, filling meal, plus they are economical and also freeze well. Most soups are even better warmed up the next day, so on…