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No getting away from death and taxes in Ray County, now or in 1920

By Linda Emley It’s 10 p.m. and I’m looking for a story. It needs to be historical and mildly entertaining, but most of all it must be about Ray County.…

Jason: A truism to live by: A pizza’s temperature equals the hypoteneuse times, oh, whatever

By Jason Offutt Frost covered the windows of my 1992 Toyota pickup. I could see that through the front window. Being an early 21st Century man, I went to my…

Whirled Peas: Is our language hiding from the NSA?

By Dennis Carlson Recently a lot has been said in the news media about spying. The NSA spies on us, Edward Snowden tells everybody else about it, and Santa knows…

Pat’s Pantry: Fresh-from-the-oven cobbler

By Pat Mills When we think of cobblers, we think of summertime and fresh berries. Not so – these cobblers offer the convenience of frozen berries and canned pie fillings.…

Postcards: Many hands made cherished Farris what it is

By Linda Emley I want to thank everyone that stopped by the Farris Theatre’s Friends Gallery this weekend to view our WW II artifacts display. We had a big crowd…

5′s company, and then some

Elkhorn Elementary students of the month for January

Family Community & Education chapter honors Sunrise essays, art

Jo’s Jottings: In the snow and cold of winter, there’s a spring that waits to be …

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club Tuesday, Feb. 25 it was announced that Bill Dooley and Marti Cowherd will attend the Mo-Ark Mid-Winter…

LOST AT SEA: WW II sailor’s final hour a mystery

By David Knopf, News Editor Editor’s note: On Feb. 6, the Richmond News published the first of what eventually will be several stories about John Willard Humbard, a 19-year-old Richmond…