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Rain or shine

Organizers to make call at noon Friday if Saturday event is indoors at RMS or outdoors at RHS track By David Knopf/News Editor Organizers are hoping the rain abates in…

Changing regulations impact Ideal Industries employees

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Richmond’s Ideal Industries sheltered workshop has long been both a source of pride in the community and a source of employment for people with impairments.…

Circuit court receives award for effectively managing the county’s juvenile hearings

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff For the fifth time in nine years, the 8th Judicial Circuit has earned the state’s Permancy Award for effectively and fairly managing its juvenile office.…

When Alzheimer’s hits home

Impact on Ray County man’s family similar to what Glen Campbell’s went through By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff It was easy for Mac Proffitt to relate to “I’ll Be Me,” the…

Be supportive for the things they can do, Campbell’s wife says

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff When Chris Brown asked audience members at the Farris Saturday to raise their hands if their lives were personally impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, he was…

Student chooses between arts, scholars academies

By David Knopf/News Editor Niall Sause’s expressive nature, his gestures and enthusiasm even in day-to-day life make him  a natural for the stage. No doubt it’s what the Missouri Fine…

Elevation key to Internet for rural areas

Local company using elevators, water towers to reach target audience By David Knopf/News Editor Aside from an airplane, there’s no better view of Orrick and the surrounding area than from the…

Council OKs $398,000 sidewalk project

City’s contribution of $118,800 will go toward continuing Spartan Drive sidewalk to Lexington Street By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Richmond will get another stretch of sidewalk. During Tuesday night’s…

City challenged to establish an economic identity

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News If Richmond wants to grow economically, it must establish a business identity. That was a message Troy Nash delivered to an audience of about…

Local holiday services pay tribute to ‘first and finest citizens’

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer As Americans did across the nation Monday, Ray County residents gathered at cemeteries to pay tribute to those who served in war. At Woodlawn and Richmond…