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Shop owner turns floral business over to niece By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Maybe the secret to youth is surrounding oneself with flowers for decades. Linda Leach looks too young…

Historic Lexington cemetery moves forward with repairs

A cemetery is usually the final resting place for those who have passed away. Forest Grove Cemetery, located in a remote area near the Missouri River in Lexington, has been…

Pat’s Pantry – June 7, 2016 – Brownies, Bars and Cookie Treats

BROWNIES, BARS AND COOKIE TREATS   I was on the hunt for some good snack treats to make and found a few that were pretty good. These carrot bars are…

‘Happy to be on the right side of the grass’ at 91

A salute to Richmond News columnist Jo Ellen Dale By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Ninety-one years ago tomorrow, the world welcomed little Josephine Ellen Cureton onto this earth in Macon, Ga.…

Neighbor, teacher of Dear school retires

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer An elementary teacher who has taught students in Richmond for more than a quarter century has retired. Patty Solomon, 51, was born and raised in Richmond.…

Shrek The Musical Jr. opens Friday at Farris

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A cast of fairy tale characters – led by a big green ogre – is taking over the Farris Theatre this weekend as young actors…

Raffle raises $2,000 to help family with Richmond ties

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A raffle to support the husband of a former Richmond resident has raised $2,000. Mark Faut was diagnosed with leukemia two days after Christmas…

‘We salute, welcome home and say well done’

Local DAR, military posts salute Vietnam soldiers By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff The Vietnam War was long and costly and involved the communist regime of North Vietnam and its southern…

PERFECTLY PORTIONED MEALS

I have been looking for smaller portioned recipes for one or two.  Some weeks it feels like we eat leftovers for days.  With these recipes we can have something new…

Gone but not forgotten: Family historian restores portion of cemetery

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Anyone who has dabbled in family history understands the fascination historians have with cemeteries.  A cemetery is where genealogists find the answers to many questions. It’s…