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Wrestlemania returns: Richmond event to aid local family with ailing son

World League Wrestling returns to Richmond March 1 with a card that includes a local competitor and will benefit a local toddler with serious medical problems. As is the custom,…

Snow, white barn and trees bring out winter’s best

Superintendent status likely key at meeting

By David Knopf/Richmond News The weather-related cancellation of Richmond School Board’s Feb. 4 special session postponed for a week a discussion of how the district plans to search for a…

Council to vote on abatement for senior living center

Richmond council’s finance committee approves tax abatement; public hearing Tuesday prior to full council vote By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Richmond City Council’s Finance Committee unanimously approved tax abatement for ClearPath…

Main breaks leave Hardin without water

Hardin residents awoke to no running water Monday. Two early-morning water main breaks have drained Hardin’s water tower, according to City Clerk Patty Lam.  The main breaks have also canceled…

Claire McCaskill’s Point of View: Certainty for farmers and ranchers

By Sen. Clare McCaskill For more than two years, Missouri’s farmers and ranchers have gone to work each day with lingering uncertainty about our government’s agriculture policy. This week’s passage…

Area woman to undergo double-lung transplant

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News In her late 30s, Kathy Graham felt aches in her arms. It wasn’t until she went to an immunologist at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City…

After snow storm, now the big chill

By Russ Green/Richmond News Ray County residents, for the most part, paid attention to the warnings and stayed home during Tuesday’s winter storm that dumped 10 to 12 inches of…

Drones: Eye in the sky new tool on high tech-farms

By David Knopf/Richmond News Anyone who’s ridden in a modern tractor, combine or applicator knows that farming has already entered the Space Age. Satellites and GPS systems tell a farmer…

Family urges wider defibrilator training

By David Knopf/Richmond News Just 28 of Richmond Public Schools’ 160 employees have taken advantage of voluntary training in life-saving techniques, including use of a defibrillator, district administrators say. Ray…