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RHS senior signs to play soccer at Wentworth

By David Knopf/Richmond News It’s rare when a college signing photo appears in the Richmond News for a sport not played at the high school. But it’s what happened recently…

Three Orrick players named all-conference

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Wellington-Napoleon dominated the boys and girls side of the I-70 Conference during the 2012-13 basketball season, so it is understandable why they landed three Tigers and…

H-C lands five on all-CLAA hoops teams

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Norborne senior Cheyenne Baxter and Meadville’s Derek Smith were voted the top players in the CLAA this winter by the league’s basketball coaches. Baxter helped lead…

Pat’s Pantry: 10 minutes from kitchen to table

By Pat Mills Save these recipes, so when you have a very short time to get dinner on the table the family will be impressed.  The kids will love these…

Postcards: Back then, city gym was Kirkpatrick Auditorium

By Linda Emley On Saturday, March 23, I spent the day at the Richmond City Hall gym. Ray County Historical Society had a booth at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce…

Agriculture’s role continues to grow

By Whitney Bowman American agriculture nurtures the environment, technology and relationships. American agriculture must grow to continue to provide America and the world with a safe, economical and abundant food…

Real or implanted, those things can be dangerous

By Jason Offutt Government drones, pandemics, teen drivers, car-stealing bears. With all these certain killers lurking in our skies, circulatory systems, roads and Toyota Corollas*, I thought the world had…

James C. Wood

James C. Wood, 82, of Richmond passed away Saturday, March 23, 2013 at his home. Funeral Services will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, at Polley Funeral Home in…

Howard G. Calvert

Howard G. Calvert, 88, of Richmond, died Friday, March 22, 2013 at the North Kansas City Hospital in North Kansas City. Howard was born Dec. 13, 1924 in Hale, to…

Teacher salaries, retention top forum

By David Knopf/Richmond News Most seats in Ray County Library’s community room were filled Wednesday as five Richmond School Board candidates responded to questions posed by organizers and audience members.…