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Local kids part of ‘Jazzed Up’ Nutcracker ballet

Children in Richmond, Carrollton and Marshall auditioned for the second annual “Nutcracker All Jazzed Up,” sponsored by Shapes Dance and Acro Studio. It will be performed the weekend of  Dec.…

Common Core can help teachers do more to see students succeed

(Editor’s note: A week ago, Richmond resident Jill Noble wrote a letter to the editor focusing on the process that brought Common Core, a more stringent, national curriculum, to public…

7 Richmond FFA members receive organization’s top degree

Letter to the Editor: Common Core imposed without local input

Dear Editor, I am growing deeply concerned about a real threat that is encroaching the hallowed halls of the schools in our state. The threat has a name: Common Core.…

Orrick School salutes veterans with music

Youth in Agriculture scholarship applications available

The Missouri State Fair Youth in Agriculture scholarship application, for Missouri High School seniors graduating in 2014, is now available online at www.mostatefair.com/youth-in-agriculture. Applications should be submitted to the Missouri…

RHS Class of ’57 bonds remain strong

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On Alice’s turf, expect the unexpected

By Sara Siedel, For the Richmond News The Farris Theatre stage turns into a wonderland, and young actors become rabbits, cats, lobsters and birds when the Farris Youth Theatre Company…

Strike up the bands: Orrick, Polo place first at Central Methodist Band Day

Two schools from the area won small-class honors Oct. 5 at the annual Band Day at Central Methodist University in Fayette. The event is sponsored and put on by the…

H-C readers step up, keep those pages turning

By Barbara Dooley Hardin-Central C-2 Librarian Summer Reading Challenge Coordinator The students and staff members of the Hardin-Central C-2 School District once again were given a challenge to be met…