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Orrick school rebuilding to begin soon

By David Knopf-News Editor Weather permitting, the demolition and replacement of Orrick High School’s north wing and agriculture building could start as soon as late February, Superintendent Aerin O’Dell said.…

City coffers to receive boost from bond payoff

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News Richmond will soon have more money in its city coffers. In one of several unanimously approved measures during Tuesday night’s general meeting, the City…

Annual soil-crop conference Feb. 5 features five specialists

By David Knopf-News Editor Researchers, seed and fertilizer companies and growers themselves do all they can to turn farming into a more predictable way to make a living. But weather,…

K.C. man arrested in Richmond woman’s fatality

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher A Kansas City, Mo. man involved in a head-on collision that took the life of a Richmond woman Sunday morning has been arrested for felony…

More aid to rebuild Orrick city park

Three insurance companies donate $7,000 for repairs after May tornado By David Knopf-News Editor Farmers Home Insurance Company of Richmond, a second Missouri mutual insurer and an Iowa reinsurance company…

3 contested races on Richmond’s April ballot

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News The field is set for Richmond’s April 7 elections. Of the five seats up for election, three are being contested: mayor and two city…

Area gas prices lower than U.S. average

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher How low will it go? With a worldwide oil glut and weak demand, market analysts say to expect prices to remain on a downward trend…

R-XVI schools adjust to state changes, Aytes priorities

By David Knopf-News Editor John Daniels, the assistant principal at Richmond Middle School, is the latest building administrator to report to the school board on changes in how students are…

Orrick aldermen approve jail, 911 annual contracts

By David Knopf-News Editor Orrick Board of Aldermen took care of a few loose ends at its January meeting, including paying the second half of the city’s 2014 911 bill…

McGaugh gets nod as top legislator by Missouri Cattlemen Assoc.

By David Knopf-News Editor People who raise cattle in Missouri have a friend in Jefferson City – one who knows his way around a farm and livestock. State Rep. Joe…

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