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Curator turns in key, leaves with parting shot

Ray County Historical Society President David Blyth called the group’s monthly meeting together on March 10, shortly after 4 p.m. It had been almost two weeks to the day since…

Candidates emphasize priorities for board position

Questions abound in the Richmond High School media room Wednesday night when the candidates for the three open Richmond School Board positions appeared for a public forum. Six candidates are…

Family, friends fundraise for memorial garden

Bright and early at 7 a.m. Saturday the doors of United Christian Presbyterian Church were open and the phones were ringing. The smell of freshly baked biscuits and homemade gravy…

Contract not renewed for RHS principal

Richmond School Board voted not to re-hire Richmond High School Principal Karen Southwick in closed session Tuesday. Board members Chris Minnick, Gwen Weate, Connie Taylor, Joey Duncan and Brad Richey…

Pierce advocating for ‘non-traditional’ farmer

You can always count on horticulturist Jim Pierce to follow the path less frequently traveled. Today, the Ray County grower is a field representative for Lincoln University Extension’s Innovative Small…

PAINFUL DECISION

For 14 years, Tammy Smith has been the proud owner and operator of Joyce’s Family Restaurant in Richmond, a place of good food, gossip and great memories. But now some…

TOPS IN THEIR CLASS

Photo PHOTO: Richmond seniors (from left) Katie Lee, LaToya Johnson and Haley Hooks were three of the 166 RHS students who earned academic honors Monday at the school’s Academic Celebration…

TOPS IN THEIR CLASS

Photo PHOTO: Richmond seniors (from left) Katie Lee, LaToya Johnson and Haley Hooks were three of the 166 RHS students who earned academic honors Monday at the school’s Academic Celebration…

Curator, Ray County Museum part ways over job status, pay

Karen Bush, former curator of the Ray County Historical Museum, said there was an outpouring of sympathy once word got out that she and the county historical society were parting…

R-XVI to cut $1 million from budget

With Missouri’s education budget facing a projected $700 million shortfall next year, school districts across the state are bracing for less funding by cutting budgets for next year. Richmond R-XVI…