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Teacher honored for patriotism, annual history lesson in D.C.

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Brenda Hamm, eighth grade math teacher at Richmond Middle School, switches subjects every summer to teach history. Because she has worked for citizenship education for…

Search continues for Richmond city administrator

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor The search for the next city administrator for Richmond continues. More than two months have passed since the previous city administrator of Richmond, Ron Brohammer,…

Hard driving lesson – without injuries

Orrick teens slightly injured after car nosedives into ditch By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A driving lesson turned upside down for two Orrick teenagers. Adam Lemmons, 17, said he was…

Dog rules

Hardin residents weigh in on proposed city dog ordinance By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News If all goes as planned, the Hardin Board of Aldermen will have the chance to…

Rare fish, found only in Perry County, sheds light on improved water quality

By Linda Geist/University of Missouri Extension A rare cave-dwelling fish is shedding new light on how farmers are improving water quality through cover crops and nutrient management. University of Missouri…

Orrick BOE planning for 2017-18 year

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer The day after Orrick’s 2017 graduates received their diplomas, the school board was hard at work winding down the current year and planning for the upcoming…

A special senior send-off

Former teacher, local artist creates senior portraits for OHS grads By Leah Wankum, Editor Senior pictures are part of the usual send-off for high school graduates. But graduating seniors from…

H-C graduates recall time spent together

By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer If a tradition can take hold in three years, a new one is in place for Hardin-Central graduation ceremonies. Before he began his address, class…

Lexington mayor focusing on ‘life after Wentworth’

By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer While serving as an ambassador promoting the Lexington business community, Mayor Jerry Brown was preoccupied earlier this month with another concern: the pending closure of…

Abatement, financing in place for Swafford’s

Council approves purchase of concrete breaker, public works ordinances By Leah Wankum, Editor The final steps have been taken for Swafford’s Ford and the City of Richmond to put long-term…