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Jack Remembers: Our little town turned out pilots like crazy

By Jack Hackley In 1950, Oak Grove had the most pilots per capita of any city in the United States.  We had a population of 761 and 45 pilots. The…

A TEACHABLE MOMENT: Recovered from gun accident, reenactor turns his attention to battle of albany

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Robbie Maupin will attest that participating in historical reenactments is fun. And as he can attest, it can be dangerous, too. Last Thursday…

Jo’s Jottings: Mickey Mouse-themed birthday a big success for Monte Livingston

By Jo Ellen Dale On Jan. 19, a birthday celebration for Monte Livingston was held with many family members attending. Those present were his wife, Louise; daughter, Samantha Waterman; granddaughter,…

Letters: Maybe we had that ‘back in our day’ after all

Editor’s note: This tale is an Internet sensation with no discernible author. We’ve checked, and it’s run anonymously in a Chicago daily newspaper, in blogs, on Facebook and YouTube, in…

Postcards: The ‘Flat Man’ gets a taste of Far West and the Mormon War

By Linday Emley I seldom have a boring day at the Ray County Museum. My Wednesday started out normally, but that soon changed when I got a phone call from…

Jason: After patient complains of numbness, the only thing MRI finds unusual is the patient

By Jason Offutt The feeling should have tipped me off that something was wrong, but like a normal guy I ignored it until it went away. A week later it…

Rabbit Tracks: Weedy vacant parcel: I’ll dance to that

We have a tract of land near us that is right on the highway and consists of five acres.  It was going to be developed by (country music star) Alan…

Pat’s Pantry: Rice

By Pat Mills Rice has fed more people over a longer period of time than any other crop. And why not – it can be the main course, side dish…

Postcards: Thanks to our resource center, Ray County women have a sympathetic ear to talk to

By Linda Emley I have a friend that always says, “Everything happens for a reason.” I would like to say I believe this but sometimes it’s hard to understand why…

Jo’s Jottings: United Christian Presbyterian greets interim minister, wife

By Jo Ellen Dale For your convenience, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce will now be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  This means that I will have to change…