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Jason: A truism to live by: A pizza’s temperature equals the hypoteneuse times, oh, whatever

By Jason Offutt Frost covered the windows of my 1992 Toyota pickup. I could see that through the front window. Being an early 21st Century man, I went to my…

Whirled Peas: Is our language hiding from the NSA?

By Dennis Carlson Recently a lot has been said in the news media about spying. The NSA spies on us, Edward Snowden tells everybody else about it, and Santa knows…

Pat’s Pantry: Fresh-from-the-oven cobbler

By Pat Mills When we think of cobblers, we think of summertime and fresh berries. Not so – these cobblers offer the convenience of frozen berries and canned pie fillings.…

Postcards: Many hands made cherished Farris what it is

By Linda Emley I want to thank everyone that stopped by the Farris Theatre’s Friends Gallery this weekend to view our WW II artifacts display. We had a big crowd…

5’s company, and then some

Elkhorn Elementary students of the month for January

Family Community & Education chapter honors Sunrise essays, art

Jo’s Jottings: In the snow and cold of winter, there’s a spring that waits to be …

By Jo Ellen Dale At the regular meeting of the Richmond Kiwanis Club Tuesday, Feb. 25 it was announced that Bill Dooley and Marti Cowherd will attend the Mo-Ark Mid-Winter…

LOST AT SEA: WW II sailor’s final hour a mystery

By David Knopf, News Editor Editor’s note: On Feb. 6, the Richmond News published the first of what eventually will be several stories about John Willard Humbard, a 19-year-old Richmond…

Rabbit: Don’t let ethnocentrism sour you on other cultures

By Robert Smith One word describes all of the intolerance, bigotry and prejudice in our world and that word is “ethnocentrism.”  It’s the belief that your group is superior to…