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Ray County Museum featured in online publication

The Ray County Museum was featured in the WindingRiver.com newsletter during October, complete with photos of many of the rooms and an article by Publisher Frank McMillan. Richmond resident Sheila…

One injured in two-car crash

The driver of this 2002 Dodge Intrepid slid down the side of the road on Highway 13 and Crispin Street Wednesday morning after it was broadsided by another car while…

New recreation director shares fresh ideas

She’s only been on the job a month but the idea factory is up and running and cranking out product. Haley Morrissey accepted the position of Richmond recreation director last…

Like father, like son

Artie Horn and his six-month-old son, Chase, don Santa hats while they wait in line to see Santa Claus at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Christmas Celebration Tuesday night. Many…

Turkey still the favorite among children

While learning about turkeys in preparation for Thanksgiving, Joanie Lipscomb’s third grade class at Sunrise Elementary in Richmond spent some time comparing turkeys and peacocks. The students pondered which bird…

Camp Kinnard athletes to perform at Globetrotters game

For the fifth consecutive year, Camp Kinnard Basketball will perform at the Harlem Globetrotters game. The game and performance is scheduled for Jan. 2, 2009 at the Sprint Center in…

Stormwater at top of list of headaches in Henrietta

Budget time is never easy but it could get a lot tougher next year for Henrietta if stormwater infiltration problems are not solved this year. As of Oct. 1 the…

Kolosick seeks dismissal in civil case

An Orrick teenager awaiting trial for vehicular assault is seeking the dismissal of a civil suit that was filed by the victim. Cody Kolosick, 17, is awaiting trial for vehicular…

A helping hand for the holiday

Salvation Army case worker Judy Zilliox fills bags with commodity items such as Ramen noodles, canned vegetables, crackers and fresh fruit on Monday morning. The volunteers started handing out commodities…

Hardin Fire Protection Board at odds with city

Hardin City Council and the Hardin Fire Protection Board are at odds with the construction of the city’s new fire station. According to the Public Works Director Larry Eastley, the…