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License bureau, Lexington chamber contribute to Mushroom Festival

Orrick FFA chapter presents awards

Orrick FFA presented awards May 8 at its banquet. Advisor Don Honeycutt describes three of them here: The Star in Agriculture Business  winner is Tyler Crow. Tyler’s SAE project includes…

Jo’s Jottings: SeAirLan celebrates 35th anniversary in fast company

By Jo Ellen Dale Last Tuesday there was no program at the regular Kiwanis Club meeting as the first meeting of the month there is always a board meeting.    There…

Special dogs, cats for adoption

The Humane Society of Ray County has a selection of adoptable cats and dogs at its shelter. Regular adoption days are each Saturday and Sunday from 1-3 p.m. at 200…

Jack Remembers: Hadacol memories continue to flow

By Jack Hackley In this day and age it’s hard to imaging how in the late 1940s and early ‘50s everybody in the country knew about Hadacol, which was a…

Hope lives at 193-year-old Primitive Baptist Church

To the Editor: Six miles south and west of Richmond, on Proffitt Road, there stands an old country church that was built in 1820 and named The New Hope Primitive…

Pat’s Pantry: Satisfying suppers

By Pat Mills You don’t have to be a great cook to put out satisfying meals. With simple recipes like crunchy onion chicken, and butterscotch peach cobbler, your family will…

Cleveland, Ohio paper that covered 1878 cyclone now in museum’s collection

By Linda Emley I got a package in the mail last week and it contained something that is unlike anything that has ever been in Ray County before. There are…

Help your kids learn to prioritize

By Alan J. Mundey Missouri Extension Have you ever stopped to think, how busy is too busy?  Does your calendar fill up too fast?  Would you be surprised to learn…

Jack Remembers: Horse thief out the door like a shot

By Jack Hackley My father, Walter (Shorty) Hackley was the hardest working man I ever knew. He got up at 4 a.m., milked cows, then went to the field, came…