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Additional charges filed in area burglaries

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher An ongoing investigation by Ray County Sheriff’s Department has netted additional charges against Corinne Welch, a 30-year-old Richmond woman who is suspected in a string…

Orrick BOA waive fees for school repairs

By David Knopf/News Editor Orrick Board of Aldermen waived building permit fees earlier this month for construction at tornado-damaged Orrick High School, following Superintendent of Schools Aerin O’Dell’s request for…

2015 RICHMOND MUSHROOM FESTIVAL

A rivalry renewed By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff Peggy Hackett, owner of JP’s Total Image salon in Richmond, has a hefty goal in mind – and it has nothing to do…

Council mulls over sewer rate plans

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Richmond City Council will soon have some options to consider for lowering the town’s base sewer rate. During last Thursday’s Joint Public Works and…

As pledged, R-XVI teachers to get $2,000 pay raise

By David Knopf/News Editor School board members unanimously voted a $2,000 raise for Richmond teachers Tuesdays, overriding an administration recommendation that would’ve given them half that. The increase will put…

A pre-prom show on alcohol’s deadly impact

By Russ Green/Richmond News With Richmond High School prom Saturday, several local agencies teamed up to show RHS students the dangers of drinking and driving and texting and driving Tuesday…

Orrick’s ties with taters

By David Knopf/Richmond News Orrick kids don’t doubt for a moment they live in a farm community. They grow up surrounded by grain elevators, farm vehicles and acres of acres…

Write-in sworn in as Henrietta’s new mayor

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Henrietta has a new administration. Bob Swindler was sworn in as mayor during Saturday morning’s Board of Aldermen meeting at Henrietta City Hall. Swindler…

State drug charges pending in Polley case

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Riverside municipal drug charges against former county coroner Toby Polley have been dismissed in lieu of pending state charges. Sgt. Brent Holland, Riverside police public…

4th-grade Safety Day makes learning fun

By David Knopf/News Editor Marty Pope, a salesman for Richmond’s John Deere dealership, liked what he saw when he asked Jannelle Schneider’s fourth-graders a question. Pope, along with Ag-Power General…