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Letter: Governor’s tug of war with legislators over budget impacts Ray library services

To the Editor: In June, Governor Jay Nixon made the decision to withhold all state funding public libraries receive: State Aid and REAL (Remote Electronic Access for Libraries) appropriations. The…

Rabbit Tracks: An endemic fungus was the culprit after all

By Robert Smith I finally figured out what caused all of my problems.  It is something that all my family has, but in a dormant state. Likely, they are not…

Proposed EPA rule change concerns land commissioners in from 23 states

Land commissioners from 23 western states gathered in Bismarck, N.D. in July to discuss policy issues affecting land management for over 440 million acres of state land and water throughout…

Letter: Ray County Museum a gem, visitor writes

To the Editor During a recent visit to Richmond, my 12-year-old son and I had the pleasure of visiting the Ray County Museum. In fact, we visited twice during our…

Letter: Thanks for your many musical contributions

To the Editor: Last night, as I sat to listen to the results of the election, I could not cease to wonder about Spudd Richards on the bass guitar. When…

Rabbit Tracks: Who was that masked ‘hospitalist’? The Lone Ranger? Superman?

Here is a new word for you.  the word is “hospitalist.” That is a doctor who is assigned to a hospital to look over the acute patients. I had a…

Letter: Chamber board endorses R-XVI Prop I, road tax Aug. 5

On July 17, at its regularly scheduled meeting, members of the Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce Board unanimously voted to endorse two ballot issues appearing on the Tuesday, Aug. 5,…

Letters to the editor

Independents deserve same rights as others Dear Editor, The latest Gallup poll shows 42 percent of Americans consider themselves Independent.  Yet in most states, Independents are either barred from voting…

Letters: Debating Amendment I, ‘The Right to Farm’

Amendment 1 helps ‘big Ag,’ not farmers Agriculture, faith, animal welfare and health policy leaders say passage of Amendment 1 will cause harm to family farmers, rural economies and the…

Rabbit Tracks: Rebounding from a harrowing time, my humor returns, but with a catch

By Robert Smith I spent the month of June in a rehab hospital to recover from my two previous months in a regular hospital.  I had to learn how to…