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Leaks delay trial, send cases to second floor

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Heavy rains delayed roof repairs scheduled for the courthouse, and then more rain made the need for the repairs even more evident. Judges moved or…

Use tax passage, steady revenue to support ‘good things’ for city

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor “Good things” are being proposed in the City of Richmond’s budget for the 2017 fiscal year. “It’s the best (budget) that I’ve seen,” City Administrator…

Grant, staffing awarded to address area youth suicide

Suicide rates in Ray, Clay, Platte among state’s highest; five-year pilot program to offer education, counseling Special to The Richmond News Tri-County Mental Health Services, which serves Ray County, is…

Area residents learn how to survive mass shootings

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer From Orlando to San Bernardino, from Charleston to Sandy Hook, mass shooters have taken the lives of dozens of people in the United States. These attacks…

‘It’s an eyesore. It’s dangerous. It’s infested.’

2014 tornado wreckage worries Orrick officials; owners working toward demolition and rebuilding, they say By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer More than two years after a tornado devastated the city…

R-XVI approves contracts for services

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer The Richmond school board has approved contracts with companies to provide a variety of services – including athletic, arts, counseling and research – for…

From blues to bull riders

Sept. 10 brings fifth annual Outlaw Days, blues and barbecue event and photo show Richmond News Staff Blues, barbecue, bluegrass, bull riders – and outlaws. Take notice, Richmond, it’ll all be…

Meth-smoking mother obtains new attorney

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A mother shown in a viral Facebook photo smoking meth next to her infant daughter has a new attorney. Ashley Lewis is charged with…

New agent ‘Protecting your dreams’

Agent from Carrollton takes over Richmond office By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor What was once the David Hughes Agency is now the Mack Molloy Agency. The American Family Insurance office…

Drunk driver receives 17 years in death of 22-year-old and injuries to others

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A drunk driver received a 17-year prison sentence for a traffic crash that killed a young woman and injured five others. Carey Jones, 42, was sentenced…