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Area gas prices lower than U.S. average

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher How low will it go? With a worldwide oil glut and weak demand, market analysts say to expect prices to remain on a downward trend…

R-XVI schools adjust to state changes, Aytes priorities

By David Knopf-News Editor John Daniels, the assistant principal at Richmond Middle School, is the latest building administrator to report to the school board on changes in how students are…

Orrick aldermen approve jail, 911 annual contracts

By David Knopf-News Editor Orrick Board of Aldermen took care of a few loose ends at its January meeting, including paying the second half of the city’s 2014 911 bill…

McGaugh gets nod as top legislator by Missouri Cattlemen Assoc.

By David Knopf-News Editor People who raise cattle in Missouri have a friend in Jefferson City – one who knows his way around a farm and livestock. State Rep. Joe…

No major deficiencies for water supply

By David Knopf-News Editor While the report’s wording might sound critical, Orrick received largely passing grades during a Department of Natural Resources inspection conducted in October 2014. A report received…

Separate trials granted in Transource land suit

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher Eighth Circuit Court Judge David Miller granted a request from attorneys for Transource Missouri, LLC and defendants in the eminent domain case to hold separate…

Feds charge Wisconsin man in Polo bank robbery

The Wisconsin man caught in Richmond after a suspected bank robbery in Polo Friday was charged in federal court in Kansas City. Jan. 13. Oran Woodfin, 30, remains in federal…

Elkhorn school evacuated for shed fire

By David Knopf-News Editor There was a simple explanation for Elkhorn Elementary managing to evacuate 225 students and around 30 teachers and staff Tuesday in just a few minutes. “That’s…

Hardin-Central plans to look for new tech service

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News pgrades aren’t coming as fast as some Board of Education and school officials would like – and that could mean an end to the…

RHS to suit up in new uniforms

By David Knopf-News Editor When you ask someone to spend $22,000, words can sometimes feel inadequate. That was the case Tuesday when Richmond School Board was asked to approve the…