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Dognappings?

Facebook postings of dog abductions not seen by area law enforcement Persistent rumors of recent abductions and disfigurements of pets in Richmond have not been substantiated by Richmond Police Department…

Richmond propels win for school levy

By David Knopf/Richmond News Circumstances and timing converged Tuesday on the third try for Richmond Public Schools’ 50-cent levy increase, which won with 53.1 percent of the vote. In unofficial…

Lighter-than-usual ballot results in small turnout for April election

By David Knopf/Richmond News Those anticipating a onslaught of voters and election-day problems were disappointed Tuesday. With no state or county issues to draw voters to the polls, a ballot…

Officer nearly struck by fleeing KC suspect

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher A Kansas City man wanted for first-degree assault there was charged with attempting to elude police, a D felony, nearly hitting a Richmond police officer…

Donkeys call the shots at all-school hoops tourney

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News It’s hard to say what was funnier – the donkeys or the humans attempting to control them. “I can’t believe I’m laughing so hard at people riding…

Ray County election results

  Lawson R-XVI John W. Weir                                   167 Rebecca Adams                                 104 Eric Blair                                          172 Teresa Herndon                                127 Write-in Votes                                   2   Richmond R-XVI Jon Thoreson                                   869 Connie Taylor                                  962 Thomas Orville…

Bank robber arrested in Richmond pleads guilty in federal court

The Wisconsin man who robbed Bank Northwest in Polo and was apprehended in Richmond plead guilty April 2 to bank robbery in U.S. District Court in Kansas City. Oran Woodfin,…

Repairs under way to Orrick roads, alleys

By David Knopf-News Editor Thad Aber, operator of a huge road-repair machine that strips old asphalt before a new surface can be applied, put the size of Orrick’s potholes into…

Agriculture carries the economic load in Ray

Farm Bureau speakers put local, state impact of farming into perspective By David Knopf-News Editor Those who attended a Farm Bureau informational meeting April 1 may now be armed with…

A note to our Richmond city subscribers

Beginning April 6, Richmond News will be delivered to your home by the U.S. Postal Service. Contracted carrier service has become unreliable and unavailable. This ensures your newspaper will be…