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RMS principal selected as H-C superintendent

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News Outgoing Hardin-Central Superintendent Michael Cohron believes the Hardin-Central Board of Education “made the right decision” in hiring Trey Cavanah as his successor. “He seems…

R-XVI adopts transgender restroom policy

Local, state and national officials debate bathroom access By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Five months before the rights of transgender students generated national controversy, the Richmond R-XVI School District adopted a…

Richmond man on bicycle attempts to evade police

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Richmond man riding a bicycle who attempted to evade police made it a grand total of three blocks before being apprehended. Danny Declue, 31, is…

Repaving at Orrick nearly complete

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer New learning objectives are under consideration for Orrick students based on the recommendations of community members, parents, teachers and students. Superintendent Aerin O’Dell told school board…

Intoxicated driver receives minor injuries

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer An intoxicated driver received minor injuries during a single-vehicle accident in Ray County early Monday morning. David L. Whitham, 23, of Excelsior Springs, was driving a…

Co-op expands fertilizer business in Hardin

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Ray-Carroll By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Area farmers are accustomed to buying fertilizer from Ray-Carroll Co-op and even having co-op employees apply that fertilizer. In its…

3 locals injured in separate accidents

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Three area residents were injured in three separate accidents late last week, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. A pedestrian, Travis Potter, 23, of Richmond,…

Speakers defend pit bulls, ask for Richmond ordinance change

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Pit bulls deserve a reprieve – or at least should no longer be singled out as a breed banned from Richmond city limits. Three women…

R-XVI considers teacher development proposal

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI School Board is currently considering two proposals that would encourage teachers to attend professional development conferences and to take additional college courses. Superintendent…

Area woman charged with 24 forgery counts

Alleged victim is nursing home resident By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Richmond woman has been charged with 24 counts of forgery as well as identity theft and fraudulent use of…

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