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‘Disneyland of quilting’ helps mend rural town’s economic health

JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher Those outside the quilting circle may not be in-the-know, but Hamilton has become “the Disneyland of quilting” on an international level. “I can’t believe what…

Orrick school rebuilding currently on schedule

By Russ Green, Staff Writer The reconstruction project on the Orrick school building is running on schedule and Superintendent Aerin O’Dell is hoping everything stays that way. O’Dell, along with…

An eerie replay of lawnmower accident

By David Knopf/News Editor It’s been over a year since several Dear Elementary teachers staged a volleyball tournament to benefit the family of a student who lost her lower leg…

Saturday’s storm spawned 5 tornados, NWS says

By Sara Seidel and David Knopf/Richmond News Staff So here’s the thing about storms in the Midwest: Just as a town is recovering from one, another can hit. Thankfully for…

For RHS Class of ‘15, Coach Adams’ words still ring true

By Russ Green/Richmond News Staff Family and friends packed inside Spartan Stadium on a warm and windy Sunday afternoon to honor the 96 members of the Richmond High School Class…

State’s $200,000 would replace denied claim for OHS

By David Knopf/News Editor A $200,000 allocation approved earlier this month by the General Assembly is expected to replace a similar amount excluded in an insurance settlement for tornado repairs…

Drug-related cases against Richmond man continued

By David Knopf/News Editor Ongoing cases charging a Richmond man with several drug counts were continued Tuesday to May 26 with an understanding he will waive a preliminary hearing and…

In rare split vote, H-C approves health insurance funding

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Typically, motions made during Hardin-Central Board of Education meetings pass unanimously or nearly unanimously. Monday night’s monthly meeting at Hardin-Central C-2 Schools followed that…

School board accepts bid from a Lawson firm that ‘wasn’t going to be outbid’

By David Knopf/News Editor A Lawson man whose company specializes in the installation of security equipment told Richmond school officials he would do all he could to enter the low…

After debate, councils OKs sewer rate decrease for public hearing

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News City Administrator Ron Brohammer asked the Richmond City Council for “guidance” during Tuesday night’s general meeting at City Hall “to move forward” on a…

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