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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…

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…

McDonald’s super-sized: new look targeting McCafé generation

After two months of moving dirt, dodging construction dust and working in an even more fast-paced environment, the newly super-sized Richmond McDonald’s is finally completed. After staying open during construction,…

LADY BULLDOGS DISTRICT CHAMPS!

Photo PHOTO: Hardin-Central players (from left) Angelica Bradley, Allison Oyler, Megan Layman and Lindsey Arbogast celebrate the team’s fourth-straight district title. The Lady Bulldogs defeated Southwest 54-43 to advance to…

Council OKs sewer collection study for DNR

The Richmond City Council has put its stamp on a study that fulfills a nearly two-yearold Missouri Department of Natural Resources request. The DNR requested in November 2009 that the…

Orrick Community Center $2,500 recipient of Monsanto grant

Sally Vick, who retired as a rural postal carrier in the Orrick-Camden area last month, may not be stuffing mailboxes any more. But on March 3, she did make a…