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Class leads the way with compassion, support for student with epilepsy

‘Seizing the Day’ for Emilee By David Knopf/News Editor Richmond High School sophomore Emilee Cline is a varsity cheerleader and student council representative for her class. She’s also the beneficiary…

Holiday Brass returns to Farris in Christmas tradition

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Fans of the Holiday Brass performances at the Farris Theatre all know of hometown musician Steve Seward. But how about the rest of the ensemble,…

Christmas Light Parade, Santa come to town Dec. 3

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Santa Claus makes his first public arrival in Richmond for the season in the Christmas Light Parade 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, on Richmond Square.…

Abundant Blessings at Thanksgiving

These special and scrumptious holiday recipes will thrill you and your family. This will be your most memorable turkey day with leftovers, too. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving feast. – Pat…

Scrooge: The Musical returns to Farris

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The 10th anniversary performances of Scrooge: The Musical are scheduled for the historic Farris Theatre, featuring a blend of new and old. Some of the…

CLASSIC SOUTHERN FOODS

For all of you who don’t like fish or seafood, here is a southern chicken cake that is easy to make. Have a little taste of the south, with some…

Stupid is as Stupid Does

in RHS production of  ‘Fools’ By David Knopf /News Editor Richmond High School’s theatre department will present the Neil Simon comedy “Fools” at the Farris Theatre this weekend. Shows are on…

COOKED WITH LOVE

This meal includes old-fashioned goodness you can savor. There’s nothing like setting down to dinner featuring flavorful comfort food after a long day of work. – Pat ICE CREAM SUNDAE…

Local Veteran serves local veterans

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Veterans seeking the benefits they earned for defending their country are lucky if they live in Ray County. They can turn to fellow veteran Jim…

Ghosties and ghoulies fill the halls of the Anderson House

By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff The cobblestone path was lined with lanterns, a fine mist distorting the nearly full moon with a fog beginning to rise. The windows of the…