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Students get pungent lesson in wastewater

Dakota Meierer, left, and Elijah Kramer weren’t the only second-graders holding their noses Tuesday at Richmond’s south sewer plant. The Sunrise Elementary students toured the facility as part of an…

Newspaper writer left a legacy and a green Model A

By Linda Emley Two years ago this month, I started writing stories for the Richmond News. While reading over all the old newspapers of our past, I have grown to…

Judge Shane Alexander’s 25-page opinion in ordering a new hearing for former RHS Principal Karen Southwick

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Retracing Jesse’s life, final days in St. Joe

By Linda Emley On April 3, I went on an adventure with six friends. It was a “girls’ day out” and after 12 hours of bonding, I have a whole…

Tacos tonight

In Mexico meals are served with warm tortillas, so as you eat you can wrap whatever is on your plate in a tortilla making it a taco. So I have…

Waters to present  American Indian pipe carving program 

Local artist Don Waters will present a program on American Indian pipe carving at Ray County Historical Society’s quarterly meeting at 6:30 p.m. April 12. The meeting will be at…

House of Hope Charity Ball April 21

House of Hope’s 16th Annual House of Hope Charity Ball and Auction will be Saturday, April 21 at the Higginsville Community Center. The event boasts live and silent auctions, cocktails,…

Fish or fowl, service organizations send them home satisfield

By Jo Ellen Dale On March 19, the Livingston family gathered at the home of Monte and Louise Livingston in Richmond to celebrate Louise’s birthday.  Those present were Sandra, Gary…

For Pelicans, a regular Ray stopover

As they did last year, migrating pelicans and their ever-present sidekicks, the dive-fishing cormorant, stop in Ray County before continuing their journey t0 nesting areas to the north.…

In 1945, war overshadowed Easter, but not power of faith

By Linda Emley In 1945, Easter Sunday was on the first day of April. I got out the Richmond Missourian newspaper and looked up what was happening in Richmond for…