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Ray hospital preps for worst-case scenario

Ray hospital preps for worst-case scenario

On Wednesday, the parking lot at Ray County Hospital looked a bit like extraterrestrials had landed and established a colony. But it was hospital workers, not aliens, in outfits that resembled…

Hardin antique, collectible fall festival Oct. 22

Hardin Community Betterment Association will host its second annual Welcome Home Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 22, along Main Street in Hardin. Antiques, collectibles and re-purposed items will be available for…

On tap: Krazy Kats, Bobby Flores, Rainmakers and 3 Dave Night

The area’s favorite musical artists are returning to the historic Farris Theatre for the third Farris Concert Season. “We’re bringing back performers who’ve wowed our audiences before,” said concert season…

Walk-ons inject Bulldog presence at MU

Walk-ons inject Bulldog presence at MU

By David Knopf/News Editor There was an element of luck in former Hardin-Central football player Daniel Carpenter running an offensive series with the Missouri Tigers. But as coaches love to…

Sports theme next for churches’ Logos program

Jo’s Jottings/By Jo Ellen Dale The second annual O’Dell-Brizendine family reunion was held Sunday, Sept. 25, at the home of Bernita Carter. Good food and fellowship was enjoyed by all.…

Former ‘Bell Queen’ offers words of advice

Former ‘Bell Queen’ offers words of advice

Richmond’s Martin Divers, Union veteran

The future Ray County resident was among 8,400 black Missourians to fight Civil War battles in Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas and Alabama   By Emily List/Richmond News Staff St. Louis – Dec.…

Singing God’s praises

Singing God’s praises

Double-wide Big Boy leaves tall to others

Double-wide Big Boy leaves tall to others

By David Knopf/Richmond News   Experts agree the Big Boy variety of tomato will produce some hefty fruit. The Web site growgardentomatoes.com puts the average weight at 10 ounces, but…

‘Annointed with the spirit’ and born to preach

‘Annointed with the spirit’ and born to preach

By David Knopf/Richmond News There’s not much disagreement about how Robert L. Welker, Sr. preaches. Let’s just say he doesn’t mince words or hold back on the emotion or volume.…