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School board accepts bid from a Lawson firm that ‘wasn’t going to be outbid’

By David Knopf/News Editor A Lawson man whose company specializes in the installation of security equipment told Richmond school officials he would do all he could to enter the low…

After debate, councils OKs sewer rate decrease for public hearing

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News City Administrator Ron Brohammer asked the Richmond City Council for “guidance” during Tuesday night’s general meeting at City Hall “to move forward” on a…

Pig-Pig’s days inside the city limits numbered

Ordinance in Orrick restricts most residents from owning farm animals inside the city By David Knopf/News Editor Miss Piggy might think Pig-Pig’s kinda cute, but Orrick Aldermen want him to…

Parties agree to 30-day delay in Dorton prosecution

By David Knopf/News Editor With four cases pending against Michael Dorton, it took some time last Wednesday for District Judge David Miller to thumb through the defendant’s thick file and…

Academic stars shine at inaugural banquet

By Sara Seidel/For The Richmond News Hardin-Central schools honored their students with a first-ever evening academic banquet, and friends and family were on hand May 8 to watch as students…

Dear kids convinced school is ‘Place to Be’

By David Knopf/News Editor Like any elementary-school program, Dear Elementary’s “On the Right Track with Attendance” leans heavily on catch phrases and incentives to motivate a young target audience. And…

Relay for Life fundraiser hits home for stem cell donor, father

By David Knopf/News Editor Donations collected during the annual Relay for Life typically benefit cancer research, patients and their families. But the June 6 event in Richmond could well have…

He’s now in the record books

Layman takes his place in the MBCA Hall of Fame By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News Kenny Layman has officially joined an elite group. The longtime Hardin-Central varsity basketball coach was…

Govenor vetoes cuts in unemployment

Bills ramp up in final weeks of Missouri legislative session By Missouri Digital News Service Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure that would reduce unemployment compensation coverage during periods of…

Area man dies in truck, motorcycle collision

By Russ Green/Richmond News Senior Writer A 27-year old Excelsior Springs man was killed late Thursday night when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle on Highway 13 in Richmond. Morgan…