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Richmond man honored for year’s service as potentate

By Jo Ellen Dale On Saturday, Oct. 15, the 117th Annual Potentate Ball of Allah Temple #6 was held at the Holiday Inn Kansas City Sports Complex honoring Noble Roger…

2014 event will recreate Bloody Bill’s death near Orrick

By Linda Emley On April 21, 1862, the Confederate Congress passed the Partisan Ranger Act. This law was written to help recruit irregulars to serve in the Civil War. Many…

Week of Oct. 31

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31 From 5  to 8 p.m., Richmond’s 2011 Trick or Treat Street will be held at the City Hall gymnasium. The event is hosted by the Richmond  Police…

The paranormal draws investigators to museum

By Linda Emley There’s been a lot of activity on the hill lately and it’s the “Paranormal” kind. Paranormal Research Investigators – also known as the Law and Order-sounding PRI…

Fast and fun to fix

I love recipes that are fast and fun to make. Spinach lasagna roll-ups are made the night before and cooked the next day for family dinner, or they are elegant…

Friends agree: Bea my inspiration

On Wednesday, Richmond art teacher Bea Hendrix introduced a ceramics project to a group of Dear Elementary kindergarteners. It may be 15 or 20 years before she’ll find out if…

Ride With Pride: Motorcycle run has patriotic theme, helps the needy

The trademark sound of Harley-Davidsons and other motorcycles will reverberate off buildings from Orrick to Richmond and then on to Carrollton Sunday during the 3rd Annual Ride with Pride. Organized…

With Farris Theatre lore and organic farm program, it’s a busy week

By Jo Ellen Dale The regular meeting of Richmond Kiwanis Club was held at The 19th Hole restaurant with a large group of members and visitors present Oct. 18. A very…

Rayville, facing disincorporation, has deep roots in Ray

By Linda Emley Since Rayville has been in the news lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it would be like without Rayville in our lives. Many things in…

Friends agree: Bea my inspiration

By David Knopf, News Editor On Wednesday, Richmond art teacher Bea Hendrix introduced a ceramics project to a group of Dear Elementary kindergarteners. It may be 15 or 20 years…