Socialize

Facebook
Home » Archives by category » Community (Page 66)

Jason: If we’re going to have presidents pardon turkeys, shouldn’t their diets be healthier?

I drove through Willmar, Minn., in 2011 and didn’t know how close I was to a piece of American history. “President pardons pair of Willmar, Minn., gobblers for Thanksgiving,” the…

Common Core can help teachers do more to see students succeed

(Editor’s note: A week ago, Richmond resident Jill Noble wrote a letter to the editor focusing on the process that brought Common Core, a more stringent, national curriculum, to public…

Santa makes his return to Hardin Dec. 14

Hardin Fire Protection District asked for mutual aid recently. It made a request to the North Pole Fire Department to help bring Santa back to Hardin as the jolly old…

’Tis the season: Santa, Christmas parade Dec. 5

Santa Claus makes his first public arrival in Richmond for the season in the Christmas Light Parade 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, on Richmond Square. The event begins in front…

Turkey or ham?

Our shopping list is made. We know what side dishes we are going to cook, now is it turkey or ham. Here are some meat recipes for baked, fried or…

7 Richmond FFA members receive organization’s top degree

Jo’s Jottings: Events marking the holidays begin, meaning the time is near

By Jo Ellen Dale A Stoenner family reunion was held in Branson with Jim and Dina Stoenner from Mt. Horeb, Wis., Jessamine and Jack Layman from Independence, and Billie Hamann…

Late soybeans were all Mama really wanted

By Estil Fretwell and Margaret Fretwell Missouri Farm Bureau While going through some old family papers, I came across a short story written 40 years ago by my mom, Margaret.…

Deciding on fall vs. spring nitrogen applications

By Wayne Flanary Regional Agronomist, Missouri Extension Highway 36 is a line at which we do not recommend fall nitrogen applications southward across the state. This is just a guideline…

Crop Progress Report: Tillage, harvest progress through dry weather

Agricultural Summary Dry conditions allowed planting, tillage and harvest progress to continue.  There were 5.6 days suitable for fieldwork. Topsoil moisture supply was 4 percent very short, 19 percent short,…