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Wasn’t exfoliation something we did during the Vietnam War?

By Jason Offutt The pore strip looked harmless, but less than a minute after my wife talked me into pasting it on the bridge of my nose, the strip slowly…

Pat’s Pantry: My most requested recipes

By Pat Mills Each of these recipes has run in this column before, but I give them out so often that I want to share them with everyone again. My…

Postcards: Some stories just fall in my lap

By Linda Emley It takes hours to research and write a “Postcards” column. I’m blessed because I don’t have to make up stories, since these things already happened to someone…

What’s a county fair without 4-H and Clover Kids showing their pets?

4-H Cat Show Results Male Cats – (Owner, Place, 4-H Club affiliation) Noland Boyer, 1st, Lawson; Caitlynn Payton, 2nd, Guys & Gals; Cassidy Layman, 3rd, Millville; Corbynn Boyer, 4th, Lawson;…

Jo’s Jottings: Kiwanis, Rotary programs serve as my own form of continuing ed

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of Richmond Kiwanis Club July 16, the program was given by Emily Roper-Parsons, MS, LPC of Tri-County Mental Health Services. Her talk…

Board to hear third roof proposal before taking action at high school

Editor’s note: Richmond School Board  President Connie Taylor responded to our request for a possible timeline for roof repairs at the high school. Her response is presented here as a…

Story about old Orrick school prompts ‘54 grad to add detail, first-hand memories

To the Editor: The picture of the old Orrick School in the Thursday, July 11 edition brought back many memories.  I was a member of the Class of 1954, the…

Blackie an instant hit with Humane Society volunteers

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…

NASS Crop Progress Report: Dry spell depletes topsoil moisture in NW

Through July 22 Agricultural Summary Scattered showers provided some much needed rainfall across parts of the southern half of the state while the northern half remained mostly dry.  All crop…

Postcards: Old Wards catalog a one-way ticket down memory lane

By Linda Emley On Wednesday, July 24, I went to the Ray County Courthouse to change the display in our showcase that sits in the middle of the lobby. My…