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‘Waste not, want not’ forgotten advice as farmers look to meet increased demand

By Robert Giblin Up until recent times, the weekly ritual of planning meals played itself out in homes across the country. Meals were painstakingly thought out. Moms clipped coupons from…

Newspapers in Education: How our local paper connects me with home

By Ethan Colbert As a college student, anything that connects me back home is worth its weight in gold. While at college, I am living over 150 miles away from…

Pat’s Pantry: Game night snacks

By Pat Mills Our family gets together on weekends to play games, and with the games we have to have snacks.  I made and served each of these recipes and…

Snow wasn’t all that made the storm of 1967 something to remember

By Linda Emley Many years from now, we’ll still be talking about the Snowstorm of 2013. A couple feet of snow and we all have cabin fever, but my friends…

Western Farm Show: A Tall Order

Jo’s Jottings: Snow seemed to dominate all things, great and small

By Jo Ellen Dale As I write the snow is coming down with a vengeance. Good day to catch up on tasks left undone. *** Now I have been snowed…

Postcards: 1,000 years have yet to pass, so where’s that concrete house?

By Linda Emley I was reading The Richmond Missourian from Thursday March 11,1920 and found an ad about a new house that had been built in Richmond. “A HOUSE OF…

Bring back draft, even for public service

To the Editor: I liked Jack’s article (Jack Remembers, Feb. 14, “Carrying a rifle in the infantry the best gun-control plan there is”) about carrying a rifle. I, too, was…

Pat’s Pantry: A tasty supper

I found some recipes that were clipped out of some older newspapers the other day. These glazed pork chops and southern honey pecan pie sounded too good not to try.…

If our food grinder only had ears, what stories it might tell

By Linda Emley I love antiques. I don’t care if it’s a $2 postcard or a $5,000 diamond ring because every antique has a story. Everyone has a story, and…