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Status quo for Ray County in MoDOT road plan

Even though an improved funding situation will allow the Missouri Department of Transportation to take of care of more needs within its existing transportation system, no major highways in Ray…

3 charged with meth possession

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Three Richmond residents were charged with possession of methamphetamine following a police call earlier this month that resulted in the discovery of a man…

R-XVI grads encouraged to change the world

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Family and friends gathered to celebrate the achievements of 81 Richmond High School graduates Sunday afternoon. Parents, graduates and teachers all reflected upon the…

H-C board screening for superintendent’s successor

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News The Hardin-Central Board of Education has begun its search for Superintendent Michael Cohron’s replacement. On May 9, the board met in closed session for…

Richmond council adjusts zoning map; approves repair bill

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The Richmond City Council approved two adjustments to city zoning maps during action taken at the May 10 council meeting. In one, councilors approved a…

Need to address city issues is evident

Council places local use tax on August ballot By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A damaged artifact on display outside Richmond City Hall Tuesday evening pointed to the importance of a vote…

A Double milestone

Myla Chaney celebrates 100th birthday with five-generation party By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Wearing a rhinestone tiara and a silky pink shirt, Myla Chaney was dressed to the nines last weekend…

Park built by hands and hearts dedicated

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher The faith to rebuild. It was the theme, both in the mayor and pastor’s remarks Tuesday at Orrick City Park dedication, exactly two years after…

Richmond school counselors reflect on policies, progress

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Richmond school counselors say they have improved student services through collaboration and professional development. They gave a presentation about their programs to the Richmond Board of…

Stars align for 36th annual Mushroom Festival

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The weather was perfect. More vendors than ever participated, and many were new to the festival. New performers entertained the crowds. And mushrooms that ordinarily…