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Be cautious before donating to Planet Aid

To the Editor: Have you ever thought you were being taken advantage of but just couldn’t put your finger on just who or why? Let me say that I think…

Congressman Cleaver to host Richmond meeting on Missouri River issues

Friends: The Missouri Levee and Drainage District Association will host a Missouri River Meeting with Congressman Emanuel Cleaver on March 14 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in…

Who’s the better Christian, Santorum or Obama

To the Editor: So Rick Santorum is questioning the president’s Christianity. Having taken the biblical reading Matthew 25:31-46 to heart as a requirement for eternal salvation, I question which man…

Back then, I knew when to fold them

By Robert Smith At one time, both Richmond and Lexington were a “little rough around the edges”. Richmond had its coal miners and Lexington had its river workers, who were…

Anti-death penalty faction growing

To the Editor: For the first time in the Missouri legislature, there is significant bi-partisan support for the elimination of the death penalty.  This coincides with a national decline in…

Parking situation frustrates owner

To the Editor: I own the building in Richmond located at 108 Wollard Blvd. and run a machine quilting business out of the north end of the building. I recently…

Stet annexation tests our ‘strong bonds’

Dear Editor, I am a resident of the Stet School District. I have attended several meetings about annexation, and I feel the only people who are getting a voice are…

Belated note of thanks to those who supported Saddle Club activities

Belated note of thanks to those who supported Saddle Club activities

With the year 2011 having come to a close, many of us are looking to the New Year, hopefully one to bring us all good health, good fortune and fun.…

Rabbit Tracks: Homeless man not only one to profit

A man was walking down the street when he was accosted by a dirty and shabby-looking homeless man who asked him for a couple of dollars for dinner. The man…

Don’t confuse CEOs with job creation

To the Editor: We love to discuss tax cuts. What amazes me is the drum beating for tax cuts primarily for the wealthy. The wealthy individuals, with their big salaries…