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Jack Remembers: Our colonel must’ve had an inkling what was coming down the pike

By Jack Hackley The military recently handed down a long-overdue regulation on tattoos. No one in the military shall have a tattoo below the elbow or a tattoo below the…

Letter: As community project, flower beds thrive on caring

To the Editor: Richmond Beautification Club has been planting flowers for 27 years. My mom and dad joined with others in the community to create the beautification project we have…

Postcards: Trip to find ancestors buried in family cemetery well worth the wait

By Linda Emley Today I got an email from a gent who lives in Springfield. He wanted to know if I knew where the Pettus Cemetery was located because he…

Lady Spartans battle to sixth place at state tourney

By Russ Green-Sports Editor After two tough days, the Richmond Lady Spartans wrapped up another successful golf season with a sixth-place finish at the Class 1 state tournament. The long…

RHS seniors shine at MRVC meet

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Senior Mary Beth Bailey out-ran the field Wednesday afternoon in winning the MRVC girls’ cross country meet held at Southview Park. Bailey set a new meet…

Gorham 7th at Invitational

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Hardin-Central’s Riley Gorham grabbed another top-10 finish for the Bulldogs at Wednesday’s Richmond Invitational held at Southview Park. The Bulldog freshman finished seventh in the 5K-race…

Spartans aim to keep Bell dominance going in regular-season finale

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Richmond Spartans have a few goals in mind when they hit Tom Adams Field Friday night in the annual Bell Game against the Lexington Minutemen.…

Just the right Rx for honor squad

By David Knopf/Richmond News Their silver helmets not only identify the honor squad, but reflect the pride Ray Countians have for their veterans. Now thanks to a contribution by a…

Plenty on the line as Dawgs meet improved Pirates

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Things are going well lately for the Hardin-Central Bulldogs as they get ready to meet their long-time rival Norborne Pirates on the road Friday night. The…

Lack of full council defeats zoning request

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News What appeared to be approval of a rezoning request from Richmond City Council Tuesday failed on a technicality. City Attorney Chris Williams informed the council at…