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Jury finds Ray man guilty of statutory rape

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News An all-male jury only needed a little more than an hour for deliberations to convict a northern Ray County man of first-degree statutory rape Tuesday in…

Inch of rain welcome, but it’s no cure for drought

By David Knopf/Richmond News The inch or so of rain Ray County received Tuesday – followed by light snow the next day – was a welcome reprieve for drought-weary farmers.…

Sheriff’s Department recovers $20,000 in stolen property

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Ray County Sheriff’s Department conducted six search warrants – three in Ray County and three in Caldwell County – recovering more than 300 items of stolen property…

Case in aiding inmate escape continued

By David Knopf/Richmond News y Coleman continues to inch forward, though not quite as quickly as his prospects for being free on bond. Coleman had been scheduled Tuesday for a…

Lung transplant recipient becomes an honorary Globetrotter

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Emilee Hendricks’ life appeared dire only a few years ago. A young girl stricken with the rare life-threatening disorder, Protein Surfactant C Deficiency, hardened her lungs…

Spartans bounce back to bounce Carrollton

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Richmond Spartans showed no ill effects from their disappointing loss in Saturday’s Hamilton Invitational championship game as they took to the home court Tuesday night…

RHS girls struggle in road loss

By Russ Green-Sports Editor One of the best offensive nights of the season by the Carrollton Lady Trojans was one of the worst nights for the visiting Richmond Lady Spartans…

State-ranked Well-Nap handles Lady Bulldogs

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The one-two scoring punch of Kayla Thompson and Katie Kropp was too much for the Hardin-Central Lady Bulldogs Monday night in Wellington. The two Lady Tigers…

Orrick offense sputters against Cougars

By Russ Green-Sports Editor After turning in one of their better efforts of the season Friday night, the Orrick Bearcats took a step backward Tuesday according to coach Jared McMahon.…

Hot-shooting Tigers stop Hardin-Central

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Wellington-Napoleon shot 58 percent from the field Monday night to down visiting Hardin-Central 80-44. Christian Bryant led the way for the Tigers as he hit 11…