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Rain forces festival grandstand events indoors to Farris Theatre today, Friday

Rain forces festival grandstand events to Farris today, Friday Yea, we know it nearly always rains at least one day at the festival, but this forecast is a doozie. The…

Pat’s Pantry by Pat Mills: Dressings and sauces

Let’s throw all those store-bought dressings and sauces away and make fresh-from-the-kitchen ones. Fresh dressings can be served over salad greens and condiments to go on fish, meat, pasta and…

Linda Emley Postcards: Cole Younger saw to proper funeral for Bloody Bill

There are many people who come to Ray County to visit the graves of famous people who are buried here. The number-one spot for out-of-towners is the Mormon Cemetery because…

Best cure for the blues? in Richmond, steppin’ out to Levee Town

(Photo by Ellen Schoetter, The Artisan Gallery, Excelsior Springs)…

Jo’s Jotting: Good week for food, talks on riding therapy, hospice care

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club April 16, a very interesting program was given by Lisa Keys, who represents the Northland Therapeutic Riding…

Thanks for the Hadocol story Jack, and darn if that stuff didn’t work, too

By Jack Hackley Florence Williams from Richmond sent me a letter that I believe should be shared in full. Dear Jack, Before you read my story about Hadacol, I need…

Special cats, dogs looking for homes

Richmond FFA competes in Central District FFA Trap Shooting Tourney

Postcards: Pythian Knights from Richmond, Lexington join in a fresh oyster dinner

By Linda Emley In case you haven’t heard, I have one of the best jobs in Ray County. I’ll never be rich, but that’s OK because my job is to…

Local acts part of inaugural Bluegrass on the Bluffs this weekend

By David Knopf/Richmond News Country performer Mary Lou Baker wasn’t sure what would be involved when she agreed to help book musicians and promote the first Bluegrass on the Bluffs…