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Active shooter training planned for police

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Ray County Chief Deputy Brian Bush will share time with his regular duties to be a teacher to area law enforcement this winter. Bush, along with…

Judge Dunn monument dispute moved to April 25

By David Knopf/Richmond News The two attorneys in the Judge G.W. Dunn monument dispute agreed last week to ask for second continuance in a case that’s now more than two…

‘Musical Potpourri’ returns after 9-year hiatus

By David Knopf/Richmond News Their goals haven’t changed much since Bonnie George and Billie Hamann got together in 1990 to put on Richmond’s first Musical Potpourri. Twenty-three years later, on…

Lady Dawgs finish strong at Winston

By Russ Green-Sports Editor A 23-point outburst in the third quarter was enough to help the Hardin-Central Lady Bulldogs to a 48-38 road victory Friday night at Winston. The Lady…

Free throws lift league leaders past Lady Spartans

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Richmond Lady Spartans had the Lady Eagles on the ropes Thursday night in their MRVC East meeting at Holden. However, the league-leading Eagles were able…

Bulldogs dominate in road victory

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Four Bulldogs, two of them starters, scored in double figures Friday night to boost Hardin-Central to a 78-53 win at Winston. Cole Leakey scored a team-high…

Lady Bearcats find the mark late in win

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Orrick Lady Bearcats got the offense going in the second half Friday night and as a result, got back over the break-even mark in the…

Pat’s Pantry: Vegetable dishes

By Pat Mills If you find the right vegetable dishes you don’t need meat on your plate. I’m satisfied with a vegetable casserole for a meal, or you can make…

Murphy meets its match at NASCAR party

By Linda Emley It was a cold day on the hill, but the Ray County Museum was filled with memories of hot summer days from Ray County’s past. We had…

Poorest residents’ rate twice what wealthiest’s is

By Traci Gleason Missouri Budget Project Like most state tax systems, Missouri takes a much larger share from middle- and low-income families than from wealthy families, according to the fourth…