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Postcards: Not enough thanks to go around for 7th Annual Veteran’s Picnic

By Linda Emley The 7th Annual Veteran’s Appreciation Picnic is now history but I want to share some of the highlights of the day for everyone who wasn’t able to…

Missouri poet laureate at River Reader Books

Missouri’s first poet laureate will appear this Saturday, Oct. 5,  in Lexington at River Reader Books. Walter Bargen, who was appointed Missouri’s first poet laureate in 2008, will speak, answer…

RHS play opens this weekend

Richmond High School students Conner Gregory and Adam Goodman find themselves in suite 719 of New York’s famed Plaza Hotel. Don’t jump to conclusions. Conner and Adam are performers in…

Orrick Homecoming Parade

Pat’s Pantry: Homemade muffins, scones and coffee cake

By Pat Mills There is nothing like a muffin or scone and a cup of hot coffee or tea for a mid-morning snack.  A coffee cake can be served as…

Postcards: Echoes of RHS Homecomings past

By Linda Emley Since Richmond celebrated Homecoming last week, I want to share some history of how it’s changed over the years. I thought it would be easy to trace…

Outlaw Days: Good time for kids of all ages

Jo’s Jottings: A busy week with food, fun and not enough time to go around

By Jo Ellen Dale Rev. John and Janice Johnson recently enjoyed a week’s vacation at their house in Hollister, which they have purchased as a future retirement home.  John completed…

Weekend trail ride benefits dream of flying for Hardin, Norborne students

By Claudia Spooner Wright Flight of Missouri and Kansas A Wright Flight Trail Ride weekend will be held Sept. 27-29 at the Big River Ranch in Lexington. Wright Flight (a…

Be quiet, avoid eye contact, don’t speak American

By Jason Offutt The accent sounded familiar. It should be. I’ve heard it enough in the United Kingdom; it was American. Living in London for a month, I’ve gotten so…