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Richmond FFA: New Officers

With ultrasound, seeing is believing

By David Knopf/Richmond News Fourteen people crowded into a small room to share space with a $33,000 machine organizers believe will convince more women not to terminate pregnancies with abortions.…

Relay walk to ‘finish the fight’ Friday

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News It’s time to Finish the Fight. That’s the message the American Cancer Society will convey this weekend when its Relay for Life event returns to the…

Cut to the Chase: ‘Clarifiying’ water rules worrying farmers

By Garrett Hawkins I don’t have enough fingers and toes to count the number of times Disney’s animated film “Frozen” has played in my home or in my car the…

Cut to the Chase: Growing sweet corn tougher than eating it

By Rebecca French Smith There are those of us who are of the persuasion that it’s never too early to start thinking about sweet corn. Why, it’s almost an ant-and-grasshopper…

R-XVI board sets June 3 meeting to form steering committee for levy campaign

Richmond Board of Education has organized a meeting June 3 to form a steering committee for its August levy proposal. The meeting will be held in the Shirkey Golf Course…

Luckily, bumper caught the short hop

Kenneth and Mary Lou Leslie were headed west toward Kansas on I-70, bound for Cabella’s to look at boats. The couple was traveling around 65 mph when something loud hit…

Benefit volleyball tournament for girl, 6, hurt in mower accident

A benefit co-ed volleyball tournament will be held Saturday to help raise money for Izzy Smith, who was seriously injured in a mowing accident May 1. The 6-year-old has recently…

Ray quilter Laurel Kindley wins first national prize

Wood Heights Fire Chief pressing levy increase

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Wood Heights Fire Chief Lee O’Dell is campaigning to convert the Wood Heights Fire Department from an all-volunteer department to a paid and volunteer…