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Making scary fun safe

Richmond detective offers suggestions for safe trick-or-treating By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff On Oct. 31, superheroes, princesses and vampires will go door to door requesting candy. As children seek their…

Made for glamour: ‘No goal or dream is too big’

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer A haircut, a little highlights here and there, a perm, a special style – all these things make one feel special, cared for and feel better…

STRETCH YOUR BUDGET

Enjoy these economical dishes that fit the family budget. With the holidays coming, we can stretch our money further with these low-cost dinner ideas.  – Pat PORK STROGANOFF 1 1/2…

HOMESTYLE  FAVORITES

  Eating out may be fun now and then, but for real comfort, nothing tops a delicious, down-home meal with family and friends.   SUNDAY CHICKEN AND DRESSING 1 can (10.75 oz.)…

Dr. Nathan Inzerillo, muscle car enthusiast: ‘You can’t take the kid out of the muscle’

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Just about everyone in Ray County knows him as Dr. Nathan Inzerillo. He’s delivered a large quantity of the county’s children and has been the physician…

The original ‘Breaktime’ spot for roadtrippers

Taylor Roadside Park: By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Driving past a roadside park is kind of like sitting in a Model T Ford: nostalgic for some and ancient history for…

PUMPKINS, PUMPKINS AND MORE PUMPKINS

It’s fall and pumpkins are everywhere. I love fall and all the colors that go with it. Let’s grab a pumpkin and start cooking. The smell of something being baked…

True grit

Primitive New Hope Baptist is a testament to the pioneer stock of Ray County By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Imagine the primitive life that the earliest pioneers of Ray County lived…

IT’S APPLE SEASON

The apple orchards are full of red shiny apples and bright green ones. So, let’s cook some up.  Let’s can some applesauce and apple butter for the winter. Bake an…

Parent involvement at the elementary level

By Piper Peterson/Principal at Dear Elementary When most people think of parent involvement, they picture moms being room mothers for parties or dads volunteering in classrooms. These are a couple…