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Inaugural RCMH health fair April 5

By Russ Green/Richmond News Nearly 30 vendors with a variety of health care services will be on hand April 5 as the Ray County Memorial Hospital holds its first, of…

Wood Heights campaigning for road tax

By Shawn Roney/Richmond News The word is out about Wood Heights’ road tax proposal, according to City Clerk Sondra Kasserman. “Information has gone out to the residents … twice,” Kasserman…

Setting priorities tops agenda for Dr. Aytes, board

By David Knopf/Richmond News In August, it’ll be a year since Dr. Mike Aytes shared his first impressions of his new employer, Richmond Public Schools. Aytes, hired then as assistant…

Business group makes push for local use tax

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News The city of Richmond is getting a little help from local business leaders on an April ballot measure. Brad Hogan, senior vice president of Community Bank…

Hardin OKs pay raises for clerk, police chief after long void

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News On Tuesday night, Hardin made some preparations for the April 8 elections. That night, in one of a handful of unanimously-approved motions, the Board…

Garrison pleads not guilty in abandonment charges

Randy Garrison, an Orrick man charged Thursday with two counts of child abandonment in the first degree, plead not guilty Friday in Eighth Circuit Court in Richmond. Garrison’s request for…

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April 5 production an ‘urgent effort’ to keep movies going at Farris By Sara Seidel/For The Richmond News In an effort to keep movies showing at the Farris Theatre, a…

Hundreds flock to Saturday business expo

Fifty businesses filled Richmond Middle School commons and spilled outdoors with new cars and exhibits for the second annual Richmond Area Business Expo. For many who came, they said they…

R-XVI discusses drug testing RHS students

By David Knopf/Richmond News By defining the difference between a right and a privilege, Superintendent Damon Kizzire clarified last week why testing some, but not all, Richmond High School students…

Pick of the Day pursues small-town feel

By Russ Green/Richmond News The original idea was to build a pole barn structure on the vacant corner of Institute and Main streets, across from the Dear Elementary, to sell…