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Local favorites to open for Sara Morgan at Farris

Sara Seidel, Staff Writer, contributed to this story It’s two for one when up-and-comer Sara Morgan performs as the headliner at the Farris Theatre, following local favorite opening act Let…

Orrick FFA members reap awards at area FFA banquet

RMS math team places second in Holden regional competition

Richmond Middle School math team, grades 5 through 8, competed Thursday, March 16, against Chilhowee, Grain Valley, Holden, Knob Noster, Northwest, Sherwood and Windsor. RMS coaches were Vicki Carlyle, fifth…

Pat’s Pantry: Crock Pot Goodness

  A crockpot is a simple cooking appliance that is so popular because it does all the work for you. Fill a slow cooker with all your dinner ingredients and…

Dear students meet the ‘coolest’ police officer in Richmond

Program encourages kids to trust police officers By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Students in Kelly Thompson’s first grade class got to meet two police officers Tuesday morning. One of those…

‘Greater things are yet to come’

First Baptist Church of Richmond celebrates 175 years By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer The founders of the First Baptist Church of Richmond wanted to be a Gospel presence in the…

Richmond First Baptist Church: Serving the community for 175 years

By Pastor William Isaacson, Richmond First Baptist Church A landmark for 175 years, the First Baptist Church of Richmond has a rich heritage of serving the community. Constituted as a…

To sleep or not to sleep. Is snoring the culprit?

Cutting those zzzs may be hazardous to your health and relationships By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer When you’re sleeping, do you sound like a stranded whale? You might just be…

DAR names good citizens from Ray County high schools

By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer Four students from Ray County high schools are this year’s good citizens, a designation bestowed upon them by the Allen-Morton-Watkins Chapter of the Daughters of…

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY

  Friday is for the wearing of the green, and of course, eating corned beef and cabbage. And what is a traditional Irish meal if we don’t include a little Guinness…