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Orrick Lions donate to Veterans Community Project

The Orrick Lions Club provided financial support for a Kansas City project to provide housing for homeless veterans. Lion Ken Arnold of the Orrick Lions Club, who is a knife…

AFTER DINNER DELIGHTS

There is always room for dessert. Are you in the mood for something sweet? These delicious sweets are just what you need.  – Pat LEMON-PINEAPPLE DESSERT SQUARES 2 boxes (4-servings…

Total eclipse to cross over Ray County

Lawson astronomer gives insight, tips on upcoming solar eclipse By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A total solar eclipse is set to cross over Ray County on Aug. 21, in just…

Age has no meaning for this senior who continues to serve others

Age has no meaning for this senior who continues to serve others

Gladys Collins: Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Services Award recipient By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Everyone needs a Gladys Collins in his corner, no matter what the age. But, if you are over…

Been diagnosed with a hearing problem? Be sure to get a second opinion

MAY IS BETTER HEARING MONTH By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Nearly a year ago, I wrote an article encouraging people not to wait to get their hearing checked. I told my…

Award-winning art by RHS students displayed at local show

Award-winning art by RHS students displayed at local show

Editor Leah Wankum contributed to this story Art students at Richmond High School took home several awards for their submitted artwork April 28. Emily Morlan, art teacher at Richmond High School,…

Retirement is not in this Stet firefighter’s vocabulary

Retirement is not in this Stet firefighter’s vocabulary

Gary Hall: First responder, paramedic By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Gary Hall, 70, of Stet, has had a long list of jobs in his life. But there are two careers that…

Bookworms become bikers

Bookworms become bikers

Masonic lodge program encourages students to read to win a bicycle By Leah Wankum, Editor “It’s so important that you are reading on your own or that someone is reading…

Fallen white oak near Orrick was hundreds of years old

Fallen white oak near Orrick was hundreds of years old

By Leah Wankum, Editor High winds knocked down a tall bit of history last weekend in rural Orrick. The white oak tree that stood sentinel for hundreds of years on…

Morel Mushrooms

  It’s that time of the year to go mushroom hunting.  There is nothing better than a plate of fresh fried morel mushrooms unless you try them sautéed, baked or…