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Hardin officials talk with citizens about local drugs, nuisance house

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Some Hardin residents are called on city officials to bust an alleged meth lab and inquired about the city’s efforts to deal with Hardin’s…

With new machines, Ray meets election requirements

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Civics classes teach that voting is critical to the function of democracies, so it may stand to reason that it’s valuable to make voting easier…

Trees bear brunt of Sunday’s strong winds

By David Knopf and Sara Seidel/Richmond News Just over 4 inches of rain fell in the Richmond area Sunday, causing some isolated flooding, but it was strong wind that kept…

Start the bidding at four generations

Begun in 1959, Wrisinger family tradition of auctioneers carried on by children, grandson By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Coon dogs, a toy tractor and the knot off a tree. It sounds…

District weighing spending options

By David Knopf/News Editor Before the R-XVI board passed a 2015-16 preliminary budget this month, Superintendent Mike Aytes recommended steps he said could add flexibility – and possibly dollars –…

Church helps officer, daughters run with 5K benefit

July 18 run/walk will raise money for Orrick park rebuild; event to start, end at First Baptist Church By David Knopf/News Editor Great minds may not always think alike, but…

Shirley Schooley ‘pretty lucky’ after South Street crash

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff A Richmond woman was airlifted to North Kansas City Hospital after an accident Wednesday in the 400 block of East South Street. According to Richmond…

Henrietta Baptist, Orrick tornado victims aided in Baptist outreach

PAY-AS-YOU-GO, WITH VOLUNTEER LABOR By David Knopf/News Editor The heavens opened last week, but not to honor volunteers who scaled heights to put a new roof on Henrietta First Baptist…

Issue with specs blocks Orrick school roof

By Russ Green/Staff Writer A misunderstanding has resulted in the new roofing project at the Orrick school to be put on hold. By a 6-0 vote the Orrick Board of…

USDA direct loan program helps single mom buy home

By David Knopf/News Editor Tiffany Abbot of Richmond is a poster child for homebuyers who benefit from a USDA Rural Development program that supports rural homeownership. Abbot, a single mother…