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Monsanto, Waters give $2,500 to Orrick FFA

With an estimated nine billion mouths to feed by 2050, organizations such as Orrick FFA help turn young farmers into community and industry leaders who can meet the challenges of…

Three area students to receive 2012 Ray-Carroll Grain Growers scholarships

Each spring, the Ray-Carroll Grain Growers Scholarship fund awards grants to outstanding high school seniors who are the children of cooperative members. This year, Ray-Carroll awarded 15 $1,000 scholarships to…

Earth Day 2012: ‘Itty bitty bugs’ have big job to do

By David Knopf, News Editor It wasn’t just the girls covering their noses Tuesday during a tour of Richmond’s south sewer plant. As the Sunrise Elementary second-graders walked down the…

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

Click on link below to view PDF 20120330163051681-judge-1…

Farris Youth Theatre to perform Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast, Jr.’ this weekend

The Farris Youth Theatre Company will perform the Disney version of “Beauty and the Beast” – it’s “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.” – this weekend at the Farris Theatre. Shows…

Friends agree: Bea my inspiration

On Wednesday, Richmond art teacher Bea Hendrix introduced a ceramics project to a group of Dear Elementary kindergarteners. It may be 15 or 20 years before she’ll find out if…

Friends agree: Bea my inspiration

By David Knopf, News Editor On Wednesday, Richmond art teacher Bea Hendrix introduced a ceramics project to a group of Dear Elementary kindergarteners. It may be 15 or 20 years…

Richmond High School drama department performs ‘The Zombie’ this weekend.

“The Zombie,”  a fall production of the Richmond High School drama department, will be staged Friday at 5 p.m., Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the…

Stet School Board preparing for future funding scenarios

By Mark Johnson/For The Richmond News This school year, Stet R-XV is on solid financial footing, assisted in part by cost savings created by the shift to a four-day week.…

So far, so good for Stet 4-day school week

By Mark Johnson/For The Richmond News Can Stet R-XV, a small rural Missouri K-12 school with 64 students, successfully make the transition to a four-day week without negatively impacting academics?…