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Judge takes Matthews motion under advisement

By David Knopf-News Editor Circuit Court Judge David Miller heard arguments Wednesday on a motion that would separate 14 charges against defendant Rebecca Matthews, a mother charged in the death…

After 43 years on the job, a collection of good memories

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher When a young stay-at-home mom wanted a part-time job for a little spending money, turning that seasonal job into a long, full-time career was the…

Greenhouse sprouts new ag studies at RHS

By David Knopf-News Editor Taylor Cox, Kanon Franklin, Nolan Sickle, Dakota Boss stand in an arc toward the front of their high school’s new 36-foot by 50-foot temperature-controlled greenhouse. It’s…

‘Clickers’ let teachers know what classes learn

Hand-held devices, wireless controllers allow teachers to roam, gather feedback By David Knopf-News Editor Sophomore biology teacher Brandon Quick knows his subject matter. Now it’s time to see if one of…

Council renews contract for city development

15-month, $65,000 contract approved with real estate developer Newmark Grubb Zimmer By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News Richmond City Council wants economic development for Richmond – and it wants Newmark…

Warrant uncovers alleged meth lab

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher A Richmond man has been charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine, a B felony, and possession of chemicals to produce the drug, a C felony, Feb.…

WAY AHEAD OF HIS TIME

18-year-old Jordan Sturm may be the youngest jeweler at the oldest continuously operating jewelry store in the Midwest By David Knopf-News Editor Jordan Sturm will have had a jeweler’s career…

Weekend traffic stop nets alleged mobile meth lab

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher An early-morning traffic stop Sunday by Richmond Police Department uncovered an alleged mobile methamphetamine lab. Jimmy Wayne Bramlett, 62, of rural Richmond, is in custody…

Mountain lion photo bogus

Photo of big cat supposedly killed in Vibbard used in other ‘sightings’ on Facebook By David Knopf • News Editor A photo of a mountain lion allegedly killed near Vibbard…

Henrietta OKs officer pay raise

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News For eight years, Henrietta hasn’t given city employees raises. That changed during Saturday morning’s Board of Aldermen at Henrietta City Hall – at least…