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Village Idiot: Raising chickens? It’s nothing to cluck about

By Jim Mullen Once or twice a week, friends and neighbors will show up at our back door with a carton of “extra” eggs. These eggs do not come from…

Postcards: D-Day anniversary brings back memories of an Emley uncle

By Linda Emley One of my favorite childhood memories was watching movies on Saturday afternoons. Before VCRs, the only place to catch an old movie was on TV. I always…

Richmond FFA: New Officers

Jack Remembers: ‘Shorty,’ my dad, flushed out that four-legged ‘chicken thief’

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…

Library’s summer programs designed to spark a reaction, encourage reading

Ray County Library’s  Summer Reading Programs – “Fizz Boom Read” and “Spark a Reaction” for 2014 – started June 2 and will run through July 31. The programs are for…

Jo’s Jottings: Locally raised breakfast sausage inspires spirit of adventure

By Jo Ellen Dale Richmond Kiwanis Club held a meeting at noon and another at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 27.  The program for both meetings was given by President Bill…

Relay walk to ‘finish the fight’ Friday

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News It’s time to Finish the Fight. That’s the message the American Cancer Society will convey this weekend when its Relay for Life event returns to the…

Care of historic photos, documents workshop June 16

Experts from the State Historical Society of Missouri present “Close-up: On Photographs and Family Papers,” a workshop on caring for historic family photographs and documents June 16 at Excelsior Springs…

Lexington arts group planning to paint Isaac on a broad canvas

By David Knopf/Richmond News A regional arts project that would define art as everything from welding to watercolors to cooking Asian cuisine incorporating wasabi has been on the drawing board…

Jason: Take me out to the old bounce house

By Jason Offutt It was the perfect night for baseball. Sunny, with temperatures in the mid-70s and my family was there. Oh, yeah. My family. We were at a baseball…