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City to give hand in Orrick clean-up

By David Knopf/Richmond News Orrick residents interested in clearing clutter from their yards and garages this year can make it a reality – even if they lack a strong back…

Center to open for pregnant women at crossroads

By David Knopf/Richmond News A life-changing moment Connie Taylor experienced for herself may soon become the impetus for changing other lives. Taylor, a cancer survivor who will soon turn 60,…

Pat’s Pantry: Tempting Chocolate Treats

These tempting chocolate treats are simple to make and are great to take to church dinners or just to serve for dessert. – Pat By Pat Mills Rocky road chocolate…

Postcards: Eagleton busts out the country music, blues

By Linda Emley History was made in Richmond Saturday night, July 28, 2012. History doesn’t have to be some big event that happened 100 years ago because it’s any moment…

Reforming Medicaid would be in Missouri’s own best self-interest

To the Editor: Missouri receives about $1.62 for every $1 our citizens pay to Washington. But if our legislators don’t reform Medicaid now, Missourians will pay more while many of…

Ray County roads, where every cow is like family

By Jason Offutt The message read clearly enough, I just had a hard time believing it. “Cow in the highway at 210/Southpoint Drive if anyone knows who it may belong…

Spartans move up at invitational

By Russ Green-Sports Editor A cold and windy Friday greeted 90 golfers and 18 teams Friday at the Shirkey Golf Course for the annual Richmond Invitational. Liberty, led by tournament…

Hamilton, Bailey get wins for Lady Spartans

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Richmond Lady Spartans recorded a pair of first-place finishes at Friday afternoon’s McCush Invitational track meet held at Boonville High School. Savannah Hamilton turned in…

OHS golfers take fourth at Plattsburg

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Orrick Bearcats had solid finishes in each competition to put them in fourth place at Thursday’s Plattsburg Invitational. The Bearcats placed fourth in the 13-team…

William Wallace Carlyle Long, Jr.

William Wallace Carlyle Long, Jr. 69, of  Lanagan,  died at his home Wednesday, April 10 2013 after a lengthy illness. Memorial services for will be held Thursday, April 18, at…