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Thursday hearing to air 10 Hwy. bridge plans

By JoEllen Black MoDOT will have a public hearing on preliminary designs to replace two 80-year-old Highway 10 bridges – one over Fishing River East Fork, between Regent Avenue and…

Caution advised after 2 scams thwarted

By JoEllen Black and David Knopf Concern for others and the timely intervention of a Walmart employee recently helped thwart two attempted scams. A Richmond resident returned home to find…

CPR, AEDs speak one language: Saving lives in emergencies

By David Knopf, News Editor The acronyms AED and CPR are widely used – even if the finer points of what they do and how they work together are glossed…

Hardin schools, city grapple with water-main breaks

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Hardin-Central Superintendent Martin Griffin has a plan to get his school district through Hardin’s latest emergency – and last Tuesday night, he shared…

Power line project at odds with landowners

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News The 345,000-volt electrical transmission project slated to cut through Ray County has those affected wanting more answers – and others wanting a fair market value for…

Richmond R-XVI superintendent accepts position at Kirksville

By David Knopf/Richmond News Kirksville Public Schools announced Wednesday morning that Dr. Damon Kizzire, Richmond’s current superintendent, had been hired to replace Patrick Williams, Kirksville’s superintendent for more than 30…

Redistricting proposal fails to make April 8 ballot

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News The boundaries between the Hardin-Central C-2 and Norborne R-VIII school districts won’t change any time soon. Recently, there was a petition drive to a…

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…