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Gone but not forgotten

Mason, historian on quest to restore headstones, bury daughter of John Fletcher Houston By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Once on a quest to pursue history on a particular subject, most…

Two Beagles, one cat in need of homes

You are not alone

Empowering caregivers to find resources, even out responsibilities, find support By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Taking on the job of caregiver for another human being can be terrifying. Caregiving is…

In praise of school board members

By Mike Aytes, Superintendent, Richmond R-XVI School District To honor school board members across the state, the Missouri School Boards’ Association has designated the week of Jan. 22-28 as School…

At Art & Soul Studio, artists create & go

New studio gives students a chance to paint and be proud By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer “Come take one of my classes, and you’ll leave with a masterpiece.” Rhonda Roe…

Prepare to be well and live well

The ins and outs of holistic elder care law, part I Living 50-Plus  By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer This month’s Living 50-Plus will focus on the issue of elder care, caregiving,…

Central High alum finds home for tombstone commemorating the school

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A tombstone commemorating Central High School now has a permanent home at Hardin-Central C2 School District. The tombstone was set in place Nov. 5, 2016,…

FOR LOCAL MAN, RESCUING DOLPHINS WAS HUMBLING

By Skyla Sullivan/Excelsior Springs Standard Staff Writer It started out like a typical morning on vacation for Kim and Gary Sanson. They’re both early risers and it being their last…

Jewell Vanderpool Rogers: The ties that Bind, Part 2

Recalling life as a Ray County woman in the early 1900s By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer This is the second installment of a two-part series on the life…

Jewell Vanderpool Rogers: The ties that Bind

Recalling life as a Ray County woman in the early 1900s By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Life on the Missouri River is certainly interesting, no matter what century we’re in.…