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Guest Opinion: By not performing, Congress cedes power

By Lee H. Hamilton One of the more amazing spectacles in the days after the government shutdown ended was the obsession in Washington with who won and who lost. Yes,…

Whirled Peas: As leaves turn color, solace found in thoughts of spring motorcycle rides

By Dennis Carlson Well, the death of summer is upon us. The trees have brought bouquets of color to mourn its passing. The colors will fade until they turn brown…

Site of Doniphan stand on Mormons remains hallowed ground

By Linda Emley On Sunday afternoon Oct. 27, I went back in time to 1838 and got to witness Alexander Doniphan say, “It is cold-blooded murder. I will not obey…

Lady Bearcat spikers win district crown

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Orrick Lady Bearcats completed their run through the Class 1, District 15 volleyball tournament Wednesday night with their second straight upset of a higher seed…

On-the-job training continues for Spartans as districts begin

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Last year at this time, the Richmond Spartans entered the Class 3, District 8 playoffs limping. A banged up Spartan crew entered its opening district contest…

Busse captures sixth at state

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Richmond junior Bailey Busse wrapped up an outstanding tennis season with a sixth-place showing at the Class 1 MSHSAA tennis championships. Busse lost her first match…

Tara and Jason Claire

Tara Sloane Rowland and Jason Owen Claire were united in marriage October 12, 2013 at 3 p.m. The vintage fall ceremony was at the home of Tim and Renee Claire…

Part of Highway 210 on fast track for 4-lane expansion

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News A promise of more jobs is fast tracking a stalled construction project to expand part of Highway 210. Shelly Daniel, MoDOT area engineer, said final plans…

Hardin fire captain perishes in Saturday house fire

By David Knopf/Richmond News Wesley Legg, a 39-year-old former chief of the Hardin Fire Protection District, died in a fire at his home Saturday, leaving his wife and a daughter.…

Orrick BOE votes against 8-man football

By Russ Green/Richmond News A lengthy discussion was held at the latest Orrick Board of Education meeting concerning the football program before the board opted unanimously to stick with the…