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Polley waives hearing in financial scam cases

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer A former funeral home owner, charged with stealing from customers, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Monday and allowed the case against him to…

Yard of the Month: Everyone’s a winner

Richmond landlord develops contest that offers a wealth of benefits to tenants, community By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer A Richmond landlord is sponsoring a contest that’s a win-win-win: for the…

Sentencing for meth-smoking mother continued

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer The sentencing for an area woman shown in a Facebook photo smoking methamphetamine next to her infant daughter was continued last week. In a separate…

Judge extends probation on Hardin embezzlement case

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer The probation of a former Hardin resident, who pleaded guilty to stealing money from a church and a fire district, has been extended by a…

Area man charged with incest, sodomy

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A Richmond man faces felony charges of sodomy and incest for sexual abuse and misconduct of two children. Chad M. Brady, 43, was arrested Nov.…

‘We just want to see them … saved’

Vacant ornate landmark on Richmond square gets enthusiastic new owner By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Writer If these walls could talk – they’d admit they need extensive dental work. Bring…

A flight of honor for two area vets

Brothers happy for recognition decades after return from Vietnam By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Two area brothers, both Vietnam veterans, took an honor flight to Washington, D.C., where they…

Hardin refinances debt securities, saves $22,497

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Hardin has refinanced its lease purchase debt securities – and saved some money in doing so. During a special session Dec. 8 that lasted…

Area funeral director selected to instruct spring seminar

A Carrollton funeral home owner was chosen to be an instructor at a seminar in Piedmont University next spring. Anna Marie Foster, of Foster Funeral Chapels, will lead alongside Matt…

SQUARE’S CROWN JEWEL SHINES

Officeholders join to purchase and place new decorations with historic feel Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The saying “Everything old is new again” takes on holiday meaning when it comes to…