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Special session to address debt security question

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News America’s recent presidential election is affecting Hardin in a way President-elect Donald J. Trump probably never imagined. As was reported recently in The Richmond…

H-C board preps for upcoming budget amendments

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News A few budget-related surprises have popped up this school year for the Hardin-Central C-2 School District. Superintendent Trey Cavanah shared that information during the…

Two drivers injured in separate crashes

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Two drivers were injured in separate crashes Saturday, Nov. 26, in Ray County. Shannon L. Graves-Schreier, 32, of Richmond, received minor injuries during a crash about…

Local Mason authors book about John Fletcher Houston, who kept Masonry together after the Civil War

‘The most brilliant past Grand Master’ By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer It is believed he was the “most brilliant past Grand Master we’ve ever had,” according to Ray Vaughn Denslow, a…

Thanksgiving Harvest Celebration unites churches, community

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer The vision that many church leaders and congregations had to unite the Ray County community may have come to fruition last Saturday at the inaugural Thanksgiving…

Making the grade

R-16 meets or exceeds state average in grade-level exams By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Students from the Richmond R-XVI School District scored at or above the state average in 13 out…

4-H friends celebrate Coleman’s career

By JoEllen Black/Publisher The 4-H family marked the milestone of one of its Ray County leaders Saturday. After devoting her entire career as Ray County’s MU extension youth specialist, Nancy…

Area man charged with attempting to set woman on fire

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Henrietta man is charged with three counts of domestic assault after allegedly attempting to use lighter fluid to set a woman on fire. Alan Dewayne…

RCMH certified as level 3 stroke center

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Ray County Memorial Hospital is now officially certified as the first stop for local stroke patients. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services designated…

City gym getting on solid ground