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READ-ALONG, LEARN-ALONG

$2,500 grant will help fund Ray County Library’s pre-reading programs By David Knopf/News Editor Seven-month-old Owen Ford might have been a little too young to grasp the stories, but he…

Improved financials ease budget process

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer It’s more fun to prepare a budget when the revenue side is strong. That’s the word from Ray County’s commissioners, who this week completed a budget…

Statutory rape case advances to circuit court

By David Knopf/News Editor The case against a Hardin man charged with the 2013 statutory rape of a minor classmate advanced to Division III following a preliminary hearing in late…

Two Orrick residents injured in accidents

Two Orrick residents recently were injured in separate accidents. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 1991 Toyota Celica driven by Dystenie J. Shelton, 18, was eastbound on Highway…

Chase starts in Ray, ends with standoff, shooting death

By David Knopf/News Editor A 42-year-old Tina man was shot and killed by officers late Saturday following a chase that began in Ray County and ended in a park on…

Business-tech grants fund RHS upgrades

By David Knopf/News Editor Richmond High School business teacher Robbin Cole knows her way around the application process for Vocational-Technical Education Enhancement Grants. Cole, who asked for and received school…

City administrator touts accomplishments

STATE OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer A review of the past points to possibilities for Richmond’s future, with a year’s worth of accomplishments attributed to hard-working…

Senate blocks tax hike on farm land

By Rachael Herndon/For The Richmond News Farmers will not see an increase in their state property taxes for the next two years after the Missouri State Senate and House of Representatives…

Area man recognized for medical research

A Richmond High School graduate earned recognition from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine for research he conducted with a colleague. Matthew Hendrix, a 2003 RHS graduate, and…

Leader evaluation program gets high grade from principals

By David Knopf/News Editor Principals for the elementary and high school grades in Orrick presented an upbeat report Jan. 19 to the school board on an assessment program geared to…