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Elkhorn school evacuated for shed fire

By David Knopf-News Editor There was a simple explanation for Elkhorn Elementary managing to evacuate 225 students and around 30 teachers and staff Tuesday in just a few minutes. “That’s…

Hardin-Central plans to look for new tech service

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News pgrades aren’t coming as fast as some Board of Education and school officials would like – and that could mean an end to the…

RHS to suit up in new uniforms

By David Knopf-News Editor When you ask someone to spend $22,000, words can sometimes feel inadequate. That was the case Tuesday when Richmond School Board was asked to approve the…

Camp Kinnard hoopsters to display skills for Globetrotters crowd

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News Some investigating into a possible field trip has turned into an annual tradition for Camp Kinnard and the Harlem Globetrotters. In 2003, camp founder…

Polo bank robbery suspect arrested in Richmond

By David Knopf-News Editor An alert motel desk clerk led Richmond Police to arrest Oran F. Woodfin, 30, a Wisconsin man suspected of robbing Bank Northwest in Polo earlier Friday…

Ray cattleman honored posthumously

Bob Vandiver helped develop a process that converted cattle waste to methane, which helped make electricity By David Knopf-News Editor Bob Vandiver would’ve made the trip to collect his award…

Commission awards $2.52 million to Ray landowners

Transource Missouri, a KCP&L holding company, appeals report on condemned land values, setting up probable trial By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher Attorneys for Transource Missouri, LLC, a utility conglomerate, have…

A COMMUNITY WISH LIST FOR 2015

We asked residents to suggest things they’d like to see happen this year Newspaper articles don’t change things – at least not directly. But they do stimulate discussion and debate,…

Former prosecutor fills a need, pinch hits

Bryan McMahon fills in for Camille Johnston, who is ill; Rebecca Matthews trial set By David Knopf-News Editor Former Ray County Prosecuting Attorney Bryan McMahon was back in court Wednesday…

A gift from the grave: Illinois woman’s estate benefits Orrick

By David Knopf-News Editor It’s around 280 miles from Okawville, Ill., a town of 1,400, to Orrick, home to about 800. It’s not known – nor is it likely –…