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Jack Remembers: Some honors more expensive than others

By Jack Hackley Gov. Warren Hearnes’ Inauguration in 1965 mirrored a national Presidential Inauguration. It was the most elaborate and colorful the state had ever seen or would see in…

Comforting goodness

Hot and hearty dinners that are sure to satisfy the whole family. With crunchy bake chicken you can cut the fat of frying out of your diet. – Pat Crunchy…

Richmond’s NASCAR track was short-lived, but local drivers kept the pedal to the metal

By Linda Emley Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of previously published stories about Richmond’s NASCAR track and local drivers. The Richmond News, Jan. 18, 1954: “Bill…

Makson Isaac Crook

Abram Jefrey Crook, 3, of Hardin announces the birth of his baby brother, Makson Isaac, born Oct. 2, 2012 at North Kansas City Hospital. Makson weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces,…

Jaime and Rodney Clodfelter

Jaime Maria-Janelle Kidd of Norborne and Rodney Damon Clodfelter of Braymer were married July 14, 2012 at the Community of Christ in Warrensburg. The bride is the daughter of Brad…

Inaugural Pow Wow Ball occasion for family reunion

Ivan Hogan: Priceless memories of a Hardin long gone

By Madalyn DeMint Special to the Richmond News Hardin wasn’t always the same as it is now. Nor was the school. The town has changed, the people have changed, and…

Jo Ellen Dale: Jo’s Jottings

At a regular meeting of the Kiwanis Club on Jan. 15, program chairman Jerry McCarter presented a novel idea.  Each of us was to be part of the program giving…

  Editor’s Note: With the Rotary Club’s Reverse Raffle coming up and several items of NASCAR memorabilia on the block, Linda Emley thought it would be appropriate to rerun some…

Cut to the Chase: Being ‘green’ not as hard as Kermit thinks

By Rebecca French Smith To quote a famous amphibian, “It ain’t easy being green.” But being “green” in today’s society should be easier than ever with all the products and…