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Millville 4-H club notes

On Oct. 5, Millville 4-H met with 24 members present and 15 guests. Officer elections were held and the following were elected: President Kaitlyn Rowan, Vice President Tiffany Parker, Secretary…

Burkeybiles wed in August

Matt Burkeybile and Alyson Adams were wed August 13, 2011 at St. Thomas More Newman Center Catholic Church in Columbia. The bride is a 2003 graduate of Salina (Kan.) South…

Historical Society’s final Ray Co. tour Oct. 29

Ray County Historical Society will offer their final “Travel Through Time” bus tour on Oct. 29. Those taking the tour will be given handouts detailing Ray County history; bottled water…

Ray hospital preps for worst-case scenario

On Wednesday, the parking lot at Ray County Hospital looked a bit like extraterrestrials had landed and established a colony. But it was hospital workers, not aliens, in outfits that resembled…

Kiwanis plans for another successful Trick or Treat Street program

At the regular meeting of Kiwanis Oct. 4 at The 19th Hole restaurant, Past President Larry Goodloe awarded Brian Bush the President’s Award Plaque for a very successful fundraiser, the…

Over the years, community has embraced the Farris

The Allen-Morton Watkins Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its monthly meeting at the Farris Theater on Oct. 11 and heard from guest speaker Rob Swafford. Rob is president…

An example of how choices impact life farther down the road

  “On Tuesday evening, Oct. 10,1911, at 7:30 o’clock the marriage of Miss Ruth Sanderson and Mr. Oliver Johnson took place at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and…

Special lunch-box sandwiches

Pat’s Pantry/By Pat Mills Tired of packing the same old peanut butter and jelly, or ham and cheese sandwich everyday for lunch? How about a treat of apples and tuna,…

For seniors, a new fitness option at Eagleton Center

By David Knopf/News Editor There’s equal parts of the past, present and future in the new exercise room at Ray County Senior Center. The equipment, donated by former commercial gym…

Stet School Board preparing for future funding scenarios

By Mark Johnson/For The Richmond News This school year, Stet R-XV is on solid financial footing, assisted in part by cost savings created by the shift to a four-day week.…