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Remembering the infamous day, stuck in Chicago

Every time Sept. 11 comes around, I think about my trip to Chicago in 2001 on that infamous day. My best friend and client, Cecil Troutwine, who owned Chicago Beer,…

The lure of the road; riding to eat

Motorcyclist group stops at Daddy’s 10-13 Diner By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff A group of retired motorcyclists provided Daddy’s 10-13 Diner with great reviews after the bikers stopped by the restaurant…

Bull Riding: 8 seconds to buzzer

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer I’ll bet none of the outlaws who robbed the Hughes and Wasson Bank in 1867 ever hopped on a 1,000-plus pound angry bull and tried to…

Robbie Maupin: A living historian re-enacts history

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Sitting atop a horse with his dark hair and long beard, clad in period costume, is how most of us are used to seeing re-enactor Robbie…

New agent ‘Protecting your dreams’

Agent from Carrollton takes over Richmond office By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor What was once the David Hughes Agency is now the Mack Molloy Agency. The American Family Insurance office…

QUICK AND EASY MENUS

What’s for supper? The answer is these dishes that are on the table in less than an hour.  These everyday meals are designed for speed and require just a few…

Compelling, mind boggling

Missouri humorist’s tale of Show Me state mysteries By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Though not a native Missourian, author Josh Young, made it clear in a recent talk he gave at…

To American Royal and beyond

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer To most of us, the idea getting on a bull and riding it in an arena for a few seconds is a terrifying one. Few of…

GLUTEN-FREE GOODNESS

More and more people are going gluten-free around the world, so let’s get cooking with these mouth-watering recipes.  Try a gluten-free crumb crust for your favorite pie.  – Pat GLUTEN-FREE…