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Community, churches asked to pitch in helping elderly with home chores

Editor: I am asking local churches to help me in gathering a volunteer “brigade” to be available to help the elderly and disabled in our town with yard work etc.…

Speaker of the House, please reconsider placing Rush Limbaugh’s bust in the capital

Dear Speaker Tilley: I understand that you have chosen to commission a bust of Rush Limbaugh to be placed in our State Capital. I wish to strongly protest this decision and…

Let donations do their good here

To the Editor: After reading Mr. Thompson’s essay on the local Planet Aid efforts I would commend him and the KC Area for the good work they are doing. That…

Collection of pins serve as memorial to state’s abortion victims

To the Editor: I want to tell the public about a statewide project that I would like to help with. Since the passage of Roe Vs. Wade, there have been…

Wherever we go, ‘Once a Cardinal, Always a Cardinal’ will have meaning

To the Editor: We are not a family with a big Stet history or an old family name. We are simply a family that moved in and made it our…

What’s in a name? If it’s McBum, quite a bit

By Bob Smith, RHS Class of ‘57 We escaped the tornadoes, but are recovering from the onslaught of Spring Breakers.  Their arrival is usually the cue for the “Snowbirds” to…

Two kind acts bring cheer

To the editor: In a day and age when we see and hear so much bad news, I would love to tell about two good things. My granddaughter plays in…

Library benefactor Ray Gill donates revised copy of book

(The following letter is from Steve Meyer, director of Ray County Library. We’re reprinting it here as a letter to the editor so the community can be made aware of…

Batten Disease brought out best in my mother

To the Editor: As some of you know, my oldest sister — Lindley Joy Matthews — passed away on Jan. 26. For those that attended the funeral, I personally want…

Newspapers in Education: Thanks, Grandpa, for being a reader

By Sarah Tucker I never saw my grandfather without a newspaper. He always had a cup of coffee in one hand and the day’s paper in the other. It’s a…