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Jo’s Jottings: United Christian Presbyterian greets interim minister, wife

By Jo Ellen Dale For your convenience, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce will now be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  This means that I will have to change…

Bikes for Books giveaway turns Dear readers into big wheels

The Richmond Masonic Lodge 57 held its final Bikes 4 Books drawing for the fall semester. Winners from Dear Elementary received their bicycles Friday morning from Lodge members Ron Peterson…

Jack Remembers: Congressman Bill Hungate had a sense of humor and patience of a donkey and elephant combined

By Jack Hackley Bill Hungate was Congressman from the 9th Congressional District from 1964 to 1977. He became well-known as the author of the Articles of Impeachment against President Nixon.…

More is known about Maurice Roberts’ jet than the park itself

More is known about Maurice Roberts’ jet than the park itself

By Linda Emley I’m very thankful that I grew up as a country girl but there were a few things that the Richmond kids had that us country kids didn’t…

Reenactor to discuss his mishap and launch 2014 promotion of Battle of Albany event

Reenactor to discuss his mishap and launch 2014 promotion of Battle of Albany event

By Linda Emley On Thursday, Jan. 16, The Ray County Historical Society is hosting its annual board meeting. It will be a carry in dinner at the Eagleton Center that…

Impress guests

Impress guests and family with this special yet simple meal. This chicken dinner takes little time to prepare, but looks and taste like you’ve been cooking all day. – Pat…

Jason Offutt: Birthday parties now full-contact warfare

By Jason Offutt The Boy was awake at 6 a.m. on a school day. That wasn’t like him. Although the Girl’s 7-year-old brain won’t let her sleep past 5:30 a.m.,…

Governor’s AG conference Jan. 16-18 in KC

The Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture will be held in Kansas City Jan. 16-18 at the Westin Crown Center. The conference, the 44th in a series, is themed “Generations of…

Jack Remembers: Why waste money on Hamid Karzai when the 8th Cavalry can do the job?

By Jack Hackley Every once in a while I read something in the paper that sets me on my ear. This time, it was an article in The Kansas City…

Letter: Salvation Army thanks Ray County residents for holiday generosity

To the Editor: We would like to thank you for your support of The Salvation Army of Ray County 2013 Seasonal campaign program. This Christmas, $14,996 was raised by bell…