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Ike Skelton helps Cleaver open new area office

Donation benefits Ray MVCAA clients

Jack Remembers: All aboard for riverboat cruise to nowhere

By Jack Hackley In the 1992 November election, voters approved gambling on a romantic riverboat that would cruise up and down the Missouri and Mississippi rivers. Even then, everyone but…

Jo’s Jottings: Service club to experiment with once-a-month evening meeting

By Jo Ellen Dale The Richmond Kiwanis Club held a regular meeting on Sept. 3 at the 19th Hole restaurant.  During the business meeting a thank-you card was read and…

Letter to the editor: Tax-cut promises fall short on facts to support them

To the Editor: As has been reported often recently, the Missouri legislature was to begin meeting this week in its veto override session. One of the most important topics is…

Letter to the editor: Grocery closing shuts door on future opportunities

Dear Editor: My son went to work at Apple Market at a young age. He worked there until he graduated high school. He was treated very well and management always…

Two deadlines approaching this month for FSA Direct and Counter-Cyclical Programs

USDA Missouri Farm Service Agency Executive Director Mark Cadle reminds producers of two important Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program deadlines this month. Producers who have either not yet enrolled in DCP…

Missouri Crop Progress: Recent hot, dry conditions reportedly stress crops in much of state

Agricultural Summary Another week of little precipitation and above-average temperatures continues to stress crops.  There were 6.8 days suitable for fieldwork. Topsoil moisture supply was 41 percent very short, 40…

Pat’s Pantry: Lunch box cookies

By Pat Mills Now that the children are back in school, it is time to start baking cookies for their sack lunches.  Looking through recipes, I found a lot of…

Postcards: Jesse with a pup in his arms offers fresh look

By Linda Emley Since our 2nd annual Outlaw Days is coming up Sept. 21, I thought it would a good time to rerun this story about Jesse James. I enjoyed…