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R-XVI discusses drug testing RHS students

By David Knopf/Richmond News By defining the difference between a right and a privilege, Superintendent Damon Kizzire clarified last week why testing some, but not all, Richmond High School students…

Pick of the Day pursues small-town feel

By Russ Green/Richmond News The original idea was to build a pole barn structure on the vacant corner of Institute and Main streets, across from the Dear Elementary, to sell…

Fire destroys Higginsville’s John Deere dealership

By David Knopf/Richmond News It’s 22 miles from Richmond to Higginsville, far enough that Richmond Fire Department wasn’t called to provide mutual aid in a fire that destroyed Higginsville’s John…

50 area businesses to showcase goods and services Saturday at Expo

  Businesses from health services to banking to retail – and throw in some new cars, lawn mowers and sheds – will be showcased Saturday, March 15, at the second…

Cell phone tax for 911 funding in House

JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri, the last state to tax cell phones for statewide 911 operations, now has proposed bill on the House floor Tuesday, March 11. A tax on 911…

Assistant superintendent given lead role for 2014-15

By David Knopf/Richmond News Richmond School Board voted unanimously in closed session Tuesday to approve a three-year contract that will make Dr. Mike Aytes the district’s next superintendent. Aytes, currently…

Abducted child found in Rayville

A four-year-old Platte County girl was returned to her family after her abductor was found in Ray County. Troy Stephens, of Rayville, allegedly abducted the girl outside a residence in…

Orrick aldermen want former drug house torn down

By David Knopf/Richmond News The owner of an Orrick property that apparently once served as a drug house will soon get a letter from the city asking that it be…

Extension honors top 4-H leaders, members

Dr. Cynthia Crawford, director of donor education for Missouri Extension, presented the program at the Feb. 19 Ray County University of Missouri Extension Council Annual Dinner at the Eagleton Center.…

Ragtime, boogie-woogie virtuoso visits Farris March 22

By Sara Seidel Special to the Richmond News One of the world’s foremost ragtime/boogie-woogie pianists is bringing his talents to the historic Farris Theatre this month. Bob Milne, who’s been…