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From executive to goat farmer: a life success story

By Leah Wankum/Editor Got milk? Cheryl Marrant does. Goat milk, to be exact. Marrant’s agribusiness has only been open since September last year, but she already has a regular customer…

Attention, shoppers: Richmond First Thursday Dec. 1

By Leah Wankum/Editor The Richmond Downtown District is kicking off its next First Thursdays event in December. That means local downtown businesses will keep their doors open until 9 p.m.…

Homegrown gals keeping products real country

HOMEGROWN BUSINESSES: FARM GIRL ENTERPRISES Homemade soaps, lotions part of the crops at Bar 7 Farm By Leah Wankum/Editor Six miles north of Richmond, you can find the usual makings…

Black Friday shopping on a community level

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Black Friday is known for its special deals, determined shoppers and frantic atmosphere. People shop to buy things for themselves as well as Christmas gifts for…

News’ readers capture the beauty, surroundings of Ray County

The 2017 Richmond News Calendar Contest Winners Images of backyard beauty were found and captured by readers of the Richmond News. The third annual newspaper photo calendar contest offered still-life…

Richmond turns to tinseltown next week

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer You’ve seen a fabulous black-and-white movie. Now, you’ve got a chance to see a beloved holiday show, with fresh interpretations by actors who are local favorites…

Pat’s Thanksgiving Pantry

Let’s give thanks for family, friends and good food. This Thanksgiving let’s cook an amazing turkey dinner with all the trimmings. SAGE DRESSING 1/2 pound bulk pork sausage 1 medium onion, chopped 2 celery…

Iraq war veteran brings tattoo artistry to Richmond

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Writer So. Does it hurt? The stick of a tattoo needle, that is. Does it hurt? Perhaps it doesn’t matter, because something else motivates people…

Combat and culture clashes spark creativity

Local Iraq War veteran uses photography as therapy to deal with PTSD By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor After seeing combat action during the Iraq War six years ago, one local…

Extra Life Marathon raises $1,403 for children’s hospitals

Richmond detective plans to host the fundraiser again next year By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Participants and sponsors contributed $1,403 at Richmond’s first ever Extra Life Marathon last weekend. Richmond…