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After a difficult childhood, Fannie marries her prince

By Linda Emley I just got back from decorating the showcase at the Ray County Courthouse and thought it would be nice to write a story about one of our…

A 2-for-1 special: Shop and save a grocery store

It was news to Apple Market co-owner Bob MacDonald when he heard his store was closing at the end of this month. “I don’t know where they’re getting that,” he…

Mom’s got the early lead, but don’t count the Girl out until the race reaches the high school years

By Jason Offutt Being the parent of a second grader and a kindergartener I always expect one child to be happy and one child to be angry at any given…

With more twins these days, there’s more opportunity to pull the old switcheroo

By Jack Hackley Back when I was growing up and in school, I never knew any twins. There weren’t any in our school. Today I see a set of twins…

Quick and healthy

Want to try some healthy and quick recipes? These are delicious, heart healthy and quick. It’s food loaded with flavor, but low in salt. Or, if you prefer, the salt…

Time machine? Try our old newspapers

By Linda Emley This story is one of the cool things I found in the Richmond News from the spring of 1957. On April 12, the newspaper reported on Professor…

The Natural Beauty of Ray County: Felines out of the bag, but their mysterious lives live on forever

By David Knopf, News Editor All things considered, I should understand cats. I have more than a few things in common with them: I have my quirks – just ask…

Jo’s Jottings: Kiwanis to help with Trick or Treat Street, lighting the square

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club Oct. 2, no regular program was scheduled as we always have a board meeting the first Tuesday…

LeVon Blair was the kind of friend we’d all like to have

By Linda Emley A few days ago I was reading a 1957 Richmond News and ran across a picture of a very dear friend of mine. It was titled “Grounded.”…

Even the playful title sounds Dr. Seussical

By David Knopf/Richmond News al characters, offbeat stories, humor and bright colors of Dr. Seuss are perfect candidates at attend “Seussical the Musical,” Oct. 12-14, at the Farris Theatre. A…