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Student defends the character of RHS principal Parker

Letter to the Editor: Hello, I’m writing in regards to the statements being made about Richmond High School Principal John Parker. I know this message will probably be read over…

Let the committees continue their fact-finding mission

Letter to the Editor  Dear Editor: I have read most of the media (social and otherwise) about the Hardin-Central and Norborne school consolidation. Everything I have researched states that the talks between the…

Keeping the commitment to voters of completing to-do list for R-XVI levy tax

Letter to the Editor: Just over three years ago, our community was contemplating additional funding for our school district here in Richmond. During that consideration, I, along with several other…

Letter to Editor: House bill delays action for asbestos victims

Dear Editor, I am writing you today because I need your help to stop proposed legislation harmful to victims of asbestos-related diseases like mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis. Most importantly,…

Why can’t we put the H-C, Norborne consolidation to rest?

Letter to the Editor: Dear Editor: The word around town on the proposed consolidated proposal for Hardin-Central is that it is dead.  While that is wishful thinking – it is…

Therapist appreciates prosecutor’s advocacy of sexual trauma victims

Dear Editor: As a therapist who specializes in dealing with the fallout of sexual assault, rape and trauma, I have been watching from the bleachers as the Ray County Prosecutor…

If you love your family, never play a board game

I knew my wife had made a mistake as soon as our son opened the Christmas present. He pulled off the colorful wrapping paper and revealed something even more colorful…

It’s a bad day to be a mouse

We have a mouse. Wait. “We have a mouse” could be mistaken as a conscious decision on the part of the Offutt family to get into the car, drive down…

When technology passes you by

Driving through a city bigger than ours – by which I mean it has more choices to enhance a diner’s chain restaurant experience – my daughter pointed out the window.…

Muffin tins on the john, the next great trend

As most parents can attest, having a toddler is a lot like having a puppy with opposable thumbs. They beg for food, bark and if not properly trained, will piddle…

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