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Events planned to honor Vietnam veterans on 50th anniversary

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Many Vietnam veterans say they weren’t honored when they returned to the U.S., because of the controversy surrounding the war. But this month, 50 years after…

New logo: Elements symbolize city’s heritage, culture, opportunities

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A proposed logo – rich in symbolism representing much of Richmond’s heritage – has been unveiled. The logo resembles a key, with cuts along the…

After job loss, Lawson woman becomes a small business champion

A Lawson woman is a winner of The American Small Business Championship based upon the sacrifices she made to help her business succeed. Tosha Jackson, owner of TYPOGRFX, received the…

Spartan golfers set sights on another title

By Russ Green/Sports Editor The Spartan golfers continued their MRVC dominance last year by winning their eighth consecutive regular season title, and the conference tournament crown for the third straight…

Senior housing project moving forward

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The final plat for the property, a housing development for persons age 55 or older, is in place, and the City of Richmond is reviewing…

Tour brings state health director to Richmond

Acting director finding substance abuse, nutritional needs common thread among state’s diverse population By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A tour of Missouri meant a stop in Richmond for the state’s…

Renewal of vehicle tax on ballot for Ray cities

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Most Ray County residents will see a certain tax question on their ballots April 5. It’s the one about communities being allowed to continue collecting…

HC holds mostly closed-session meeting on contract renewals

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News Much of the business discussed during last week’s Hardin-Central Board of Education meeting was handled behind closed doors. The meeting in the Hardin-Central C-2…

Senate argues whether to return to teacher pension incentive

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher The Missouri Senate began debating a bill March 16 regarding whether the state should return to 2014 retirement benefits levels for public school teachers who…

High turnout in Ray County for presidential primary

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer After more than 1.5 million votes were cast by Missouri voters Tuesday, the contested Democrat and Republican races for president came down to a virtual tie…