UPICKEM BANNER

Socialize

Facebook
Home » 2013 (Page 46)

Annexation an option for Head Start site

By David Knopf/Richmond News The site of the proposed Richmond Community Early Learning Center is contiguous to Richmond’s city limits, Administrator Ron Brohammer said, which makes annexation an option. There…

Henrietta teetering in the ‘red’

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News If Henrietta wants to operate in the black for the next few months, it must do some fund-shifting. City Clerk Marjorie Long reported that…

Former greenhouse to become RHS ag classroom

By David Knopf/Richmond News A series of events that included elements of enterprise, financial husbandry, disappointment and generosity is soon to put a learning greenhouse in Richmond High School’s future.…

City council approves police car purchases, new officer

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Richmond Police Department will soon have a few new rides and a new face in its department. Richmond City Council Tuesday unanimously approved the purchase of…

Polo man air flighted to hospital from Wednesday collision

A  Polo man was Lifeflighted Wednesday in an accident on Myers Road, just west of 231st Street, west of Elmira. Elvis A. Meadows, 25, was flown to Truman Medical Center…

Orrick R-XI APR numbers good, but room for growth

By Russ Green/Richmond News The Orrick Board of Education got a look at the district’s general performance report – its first under the new MSIP 5, during its monthly meeting…

Maxine N. (Vialle) Eslinger

Maxine N. (Vialle) Eslinger, 91, of Hardin, died Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013 at Shirkey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Richmond. Maxine was born Jan. 3, 1922 in Osage City, Kan.…

Early-firing revolver sends reenactor leader to hospital

By David Knopf/Richmond News In his 16 years doing reenactments, Robbie Maupin said he’s never seen anything like what happened to him during an Outlaw Days shootout on the east…

$923,160 awarded to Richmond Head Start

Community Development Block Grant allows for construction of new facility, adding 17 new jobs  By David Knopf/Richmond News Around 20 people gathered Thursday afternoon to hear Governor Nixon announce some…

Team effort in Spartan rout at Central

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Richmond Spartans grabbed two quick scores Friday night at the Interscholastic League Stadium against Kansas City Central and were never really challenged as the Spartans…