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Outlaw Days chili cook-off adds CASI division, pie contest

It may not be chili-eating weather yet, but the third week of September typically brings cooler temperatures and the second annual Outlaw Days Chili Cook-off Sept. 21. The year’s cook-off…

Work under way for city sewer plant project

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News A hot dusty construction site was a beautiful scene for those who endured years of research, two bond elections, discussions and planning Wednesday. City officials, council…

Hardin sewer lagoons flirt with EPA fines

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Hardin should start cleaning its sewer lagoons fast – or face some serious financial consequences. That was the advice Mark Hannah, an agent with…

Aytes joins R-XVI District administration

By David Knopf/Richmond News Dr. Mike Aytes, Richmond’s new assistant superintendent, isn’t a computer nerd, but he does have two Smart phones and a desktop PC on his desk. “One…

A question to Richmond voters

Richmond City Council asks for public input to add sidewalk improvement costs to voter-approved transportation tax By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Richmond City Council is asking for the public’s opinion whether…

Orrick enrollment numbers slightly higher

By Russ Green/Richmond News Superintendent Aerin O’Dell reported that enrollment at Orrick had very slight increase as the new year began recently. After two years of holding steady, O’Dell announced…

Spartans face young and veteran Celtics to open 2013 season

By Russ Green-Sports Editor After getting their first taste of action at last week’s jamboree, the young Richmond Spartans will be fully tested Friday night for real as they travel…

Lady Spartans break old trend in opening win

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Despite getting only 4 hits, the Richmond Lady Spartans took advantage of 10 walks in order to pick up their first season-opening victory in four years…

Lady Spartans second at Warrensburg quad

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Tough conditions greeted the Richmond Lady Spartan golf team and three others Wednesday at the season-opening date in Warrensburg. With temperatures well into the 90’s, the…

Dawgs feel defense is improved as season approaches

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Hardin-Central Coach Kirk Thacker believes his team is ahead of where it was one year ago as the Bulldogs travel to Barnard to meet South Nodaway…