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Wreath ceremony set for Higginsville cemetery

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville will take part in a nationwide ceremony honoring veterans Saturday, Dec. 12. The ceremony is part of the…

Orrick City Park, though still shy of fundraising goal, has May 7 build date

By David Knopf/News Editor With a May 7, 2016, construction date now scheduled, members of the Orrick Parks Committee can see the finish line in their effort to rebuild city…

Rebuild of Little Park near Orrick’s business district gets boost from corporate donor

By David Knopf/News Editor Representatives of the Grainger Foundation brought more than their $5,000 donation to Orrick Lions Club Dec. 1. They delivered praise for club member Chris Dugan and…

Braymer man pleads guilty to cattle fraud scheme

Richmond News Staff A Braymer man pleaded guilty to a cattle fraud scheme that the government contends resulted in losses of nearly $300,000 to his victims. Garland Joseph “Joey” Nelson,…

New RHS science wing hypothesis no more

Project will provide stand-alone lab, revamped classrooms offering more space By David Knopf/News Editor It’s safe to say Steve Houck, Gary Mann and Brandon Quick won’t mind the sounds of construction…

Trained to Care

Deputy handles situations with people in crisis mode By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Not so long ago, the disparaging term “nuts” was commonly used to describe people with mental health…

Orrick BOE agrees to switch its technology provider

By David Knopf/News Editor Unhappy with its current provider of technology services, Orrick School Board voted 5-0 Tuesday to allow the superintendent to negotiate a contract with a new firm.…

Richmond, rural fire district open negotiations

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The City of Richmond and the recently formed Richmond Fire Protection District are negotiating terms of a contract that would enable the two entities to…

Study of Orrick bus route 52 approved

By David Knopf/News Editor Orrick School Board has asked the superintendent to perform a study and cost comparison of how the district’s four bus routes could be consolidated into three.…

Hardin family restoring historic home

In 1918, 4800-square-foot Seward Mansion was talk of Ray, surrounding counties By David Knopf/News Editor Construction of Hardin’s landmark Seward Mansion was a huge undertaking in 1918, though not more…