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Council deletes pit bull language in ordinances

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor An ordinance prohibiting Richmond residents from owning pit bulls is history. Instead, existing ordinances covering any vicious dog, without naming a specific breed, is now…

Cavanah assumes H-C superintendent role

New superintendent expresses thanks to board, staff during BOE meeting By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News For his first Hardin-Central Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Trey Cavanah felt that some…

COMMUNITY COOKOUT, RIBBON CUTTING FOR PHARMACY’S GRAND OPENING

Richmond man killed in vehicle accident

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A Richmond man was fatally injured in a single-vehicle traffic accident July 10 in Clay County. Luke A. Hubbard, 19, was a passenger in a…

Times captured

Edgy meets classic in portraits and studio By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor It may seem odd to say, but photographer Melinda Macey doesn’t take pictures. “A picture is a snapshot…

Use tax benefits could be significant

Police, fire, parks all would see additional funding By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Vital city services – provided by the police department and the fire department and through the municipal…

Orrick to purchase three body cameras

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Orrick Board of Aldermen has approved $210 for the purchase of three body cameras, which cost $70 each. In an interview after the board’s July…

Relay for Life raises $14,000

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer This year’s Relay for Life fundraiser in Ray County raised $14,000 for the American Cancer Society. The money will be spent on research to discover cures…

Lawson man receives probation for statutory rape

Defendant claimed he believed 13-year-old to be 17 By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A 21-year-old Lawson man received five years’ probation and lifetime G.P.S. monitoring and will be required…

Route T repairs get go-ahead from commission

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The portion of Ray County Route T damaged during heavy rains in spring 2015 will be repaired, thanks in part to funding from the Federal…