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SPARTANS IN DISTRICT HUNT

Photo PHOTO: Richmond’s Reid Summers eludes a defender and goes up for a shot after grabbing a rebound in the Spartans’ district-tournament win over Brookfield. Reid and his teammates advanced…

Informational meeting sets up Stet’s four-day school plan

With money for education tight in every district, sometimes it is easy to overlook small rural schools, many of which are fi ghting for their lives. For the Stet community,…

Nail lawyer argues BB pistol not dangerous weapon

Associate Circuit Court Judge James Thompson declined Tuesday to act on a motion to dismiss charges against Jerry Nail, who is charged with three felonies in a Feb. 16 shooting…

Hardin council approves rural water funding

Hardin aldermen approved financing Tuesday to convert to rural water, a plan that’s been in discussion for two years. “We definitely take our time and think things through,” Hardin Clerk…

Couple charged with child endangerment

A room painted in what police describe as human fecal matter resulted in 2-year-old twin boys being removed from a Richmond home and two felony child-endangerment charges filed against their…

WINNER SPLITS $5,000 POT WITH EMPLOYEES

Photo PHOTO: Cole Oliphant of Richmond, right, of Oliphant Heating and Cooling, reacts to being the $5,000 winner in the annual Richmond Rotary Reverse Raffle Saturday at the Richmond Shrine…

Write-in winner would take Ward 2 seat

With Richmond Councilman Roger Kepple’s decision not to seek a new term, it will be Ward 2 voters who decide who replaces him. How’s that news, you say? Since no…

Stouffer, Nance top goals: reform Proposition B

They might operate out of separate legislative houses, but Bob Nance and Bill Stouffer have practically identical priorities. The respective 36th District Republican state representative and 21st District V Republican…

At Dear, less sound per rebound

It’s time for kindergarten recess at Dear Elementary, and students are blowing off steam with the same rudderless energy as two dozen balloons suddenly defl ated and released. At one…

Orrick Board of Ed approves $200,000 in cuts

Orrick School Board members unanimously approved the recommendations of Superintendent Dr. Marcus Stucker on Tuesday, cutting four teaching positions and reducing some staff benefits for the 2011-12 school year. The…