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Pat’s Panty: A piece of pie

By Pat Mills Why buy frozen pot pies when you can make these easy, homemade versions?  These pies are the ultimate comfort food. – Pat   Chicken pot pie 1…

Woman’s account gives visit to Confederate Home a personal, Ray County touch

By Linda Emley A friend gave me the following story from a Nov. 10, 1927 newspaper and after reading it, I had to drive to Higginsville to visit the grave…

Masonic lodge donates bikes for school reading contest

A joyous day for kids is the last day of school, but at Hardin-Central Wednesday the final day even got sweeter. Richmond Masonic Lodge, along with 12 area businesses, donated…

Jack Remembers: Throw that bale on a truck and your back might go with itBy

By Jack Hackley I got a lot of comment from people who agreed with an article I swrote that the early combine Gleaner made was the best combine ever built. …

Newly certified in R-XVI eMints program

Several Richmond teachers were presented with certificates at the May 14 school board meeting after finishing a program on the use of classroom technology. Newly certified as eMints instructors, pictured…

Community agency says thanks

Jo’s Jottings: A week of seeing friends, learning ends with a day of exercise

By Jo Ellen Dale The regular meeting of Richmond Kiwanis Club was held Tuesday, May 14 at the 19th Hole Restaurant with 14 members present.  During the business meeting, President…

Home Country: It’s time to fertilize the logic, not the lawn

By Slim Randles It’s idolatry, pure and simple. Why else would millions of people spend billions of dollars each year on something that simply takes work and means time away…

Something good comes from tragedy

To the Editor and residents of Richmond: I,  and the family of Michelle Rheuport,  sincerely want to thank our city of Richmond.  I honestly believe there is no better place…

Whirled Peas: In nature, there’s no such thing as a net loss of body hair; it just finds a new home

By Dennis Carlson A wise man once told me to write when I feel like it, because there will be times when I don’t feel like it. I have just…