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Letter: Not much right about Amendment 3, which would impose testing-based teacher evaluations in state

To the Editor There are so many things wrong about state Amendment 3, this permanent change to our state Constitution. • Financially, the amendment will force school districts to spend…

Program organized for grandparents faced with raising grandchildren

With a growing number of grandparents raising their children’s children, two Ray County organizations will partner in a new Grandparents Gathering Workshop/Support Group. Michelle Zwiers, outreach specialist for the Missouri…

It wasn’t about revenge for Hardin QB, but it was sweet nonetheless

Current Hardin-Central quarterback Sean Utley will remember this year’s Northwest Hughesville game more fondly than the one two years ago. In the earlier game, Utley sustained a torn labrum in…

RHS competition squad has reason to be cheered

The 10 girls who make up Richmond High School’s Competition Cheer Squad practice for three hours most days between May and July, sponsor Betsy Marshall told the school board Sept.…

State Politics: Nixon veto of tax breaks stands, prompts release of funds withheld from schools

Following a successful effort to defeat a package of special interest tax breaks, Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday the release of $143.6 million for local school districts and higher education…

Vocational Agriculture Teachers Assoc. honors RHS’s Joe Robinson

Joe Robinson, Richmond R-XVI High School agriculture teacher/FFA advisor, was recently honored with a Distinguished Service Award at the 2014 Missouri Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association annual awards luncheon. Robinson represented…

New Sam’s Club donates $2,500 to RHS Backpack Program

Awards cap Ray County Library’s summer reading programs

Summer reading programs for children age 3-18 from June 1 thru July 31. The library sets reading challenges based on the child’s age/grade and offers many incentives along the way,…

Kids learn it’s never too early to set goals and plan how to achieve them

USDA Rural Development celebrated Homeownership month with Sunrise Elementary second- and third-grade summer school students. This year’s theme was “Own Your Future.” Area Specialist Debbie Berry presented a program on…

RHS Ag helps state teachers get dirt on profiling soil

Richmond High School’s agriculture department hosted a statewide soil-judging workshop for agriculture teachers earlier this summer. Former RHS teacher Adam Brock led the class for those who attended.  He discussed…

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