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Hubby rule 1: Keep your mouth shut

By Jason Offutt Much like magpies, my young children like to bring me shiny things. And, since I’m the one who makes repairs around the house (mostly with my fingers…

Indians, Ray settlers co-existed, lived peacefully

By Linda Emley When we were in grade school, we celebrated Thanksgiving by tracing our hands and making a turkey picture. We also made Pilgrim hats and some of us…

Coens celebrate 40th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coen of Napoleon will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Nov. 26. They were married at Henrietta Baptist Church and held a reception in Richmond at…

With ALS, Trick or Treat and Thanksgiving: Giving thanks for another holiday together

To our community: Special holidays are special to different people for a lot of different reasons. Halloween is special for Mark Johnson because on that day in 2000 a dirty…

Thanksgiving dinner

Turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and rolls – that’s thanksgiving dinner in our house. I’m very blessed and thankful for all my family and friends who share our family meal, and…

Saying thanks deeply rootly

By Linda Emley In a lengthy proclamation, the president set out the background for Thanksgiving and explained why it’s celebrated as it is: “I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the…

Sullards welcome daughter Avery Mae

Avery Mae Sullard, daughter of Jacob and Heather Graff-Sullard of Prairie Home, Mo., was born Oct. 12, 2011 at Boone Hospital in Columbia. Avery weighed 6 lbs. 13 oz. and…

Rabbit Tracks: Once the Farris manager did the math, we were goners

By Robert Smith, RHS Class of ’57 In the late forties and early fifties, the Farris Theater was the focal point of Richmond society. The theater did a good business…

As the holidays near, the busiest time of the year’s upon us

By Jo Ellen Dale The siblings and their spouses of the Stoenner family enjoyed a week together in Branson the first week in November. There was lots of visiting, reminiscing…

Cornucopia: This year’s harvest unusually good for Hardin-area farmer

(Editor’s note: the print version of this story begins to identify Donald Davidson with the incorrect last name midway through the story. We regret the errors. The story below has…