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Suffrage to Statecraft ‘opens’ at Center for Missouri Studies

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COLUMBIA – The State Historical Society of Missouri and Missouri Historic Costume and Textile Collection commemorate the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment and women’s suffrage with the free, collaborative exhibition, Missouri Women: Suffrage to Statecraft, at the society’s art gallery, Center for Missouri Studies, 605 Elm St., Columbia.
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SAM & VERNON

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RICHMOND – “Gifted.” “Multi-talented.” “Fun.” “Entertaining.” “Faithfilled.”

These are some of the words that describe a performance by Brent Vernon and his sidekick Sam. Both will perform free in the Richmond United Methodist Church sanctuary at 5 p.m. Sunday, May 17. Vernon said he will do a little singing, work with Sam a little and sing a little more. He has written numerous songs reflecting faith and the joy of God’s work.

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Newspapers combine during quarantine

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During the coronavirus pandemic, public and private businesses are taking extreme measures to practice social distancing and following CDC recommendations to minimize health risks. 

Your local newspaper is doing the same.

In this unique situation, the staff of The Excelsior Springs Standard, Richmond News and Town & Country Leader is working hard to maintain a line of communication with readers while reducing risk to employees. The offices are closed to the public, but employees are checking emails, taking phone calls and forging forward with its commitment to you.