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Jo’s Jottings: Exchange student, now a retired doctor, returns for visit

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting on May 15, members of Kiwanis  were treated to an excellent program given by Brian Bush on drug use and paraphernalia. He…

Comings, goings and an ambitious trip through the South

By Jo Ellen Dale Recently Ileen Downing’s sister-in-law, Beverly O’Brien from Roeland Park, Kan. was her guest for two weeks. They enjoyed catching up. *** At the regular meeting of…

Howard would be thrilled with what’s become of the festival

By Jo Ellen Dale The Mushroom Festival’s over now, but all the planning that went into it deserves a look back and a pat on the back. At the regular…

City-wide cleanup tidys the stage for weekend festival

By Jo Ellen Dale I am enjoying the beautiful flowers and lush green foliage this year. My Paul Scarlet rose hasn’t looked  as full blown in years. The iris as…

Jo’s Jottings: ES nursing home recognizes former Richmond resident

By Jo Ellen Dale Junior Clancy, who once owned a salvage yard in Richmond, was named resident of the month at Valley Manor and Rehab Center in Excelsior Springs.  There…

During Holy Week, ‘we slow up but nothing else does’

By Jo Ellen Dale So  much has been going on this Holy Week that it is hard to keep up. As Pat Macey said to me this morning, “We slow…

Fish or fowl, service organizations send them home satisfield

By Jo Ellen Dale On March 19, the Livingston family gathered at the home of Monte and Louise Livingston in Richmond to celebrate Louise’s birthday.  Those present were Sandra, Gary…

As the world turns, so do Ray County’s benefit dinners

By Jo Ellen Dale The Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club was entertained by a gala surprise birthday party for Jean Hamacher given by her children, Sally, Nancy and Newton. On arriving,…

Early spring adding color to bustling schedule activities

By Jo Ellen Dale I hope that all of you will make it to the fish fry to be held Friday at the Masonic Building on Clark Street instead of…

So little time, so many tasty community-food options

By Jo Ellen Dale Having started too many columns with apologies, I am happy to begin this one with thanks to my friends at the Apple Market.  These people really…