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Orrick grads filled with memories and maxims

By Leah Wankum, editor Orrick high school gymnasium rang with applause, laughter and the shutter clicks of dozens of cameras to greet the Class of 2017. Filling the ears of…

Viable, alive, advancing

Lexington CONNECT event showcases businesses, buildings in historic town By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer Nearly three dozen businesses and buildings were in the spotlight Saturday as advocates for Lexington’s business…

Changing the face of Orrick

Residents brainstorming to attract tourists, new residents to the town By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer The new mayor of Orrick, Roger Thomas, has big plans to beautify the city and…

H-C considering Norborne’s consolidation query

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Hardin-Central C-2 School District continues to mull over whether it should consolidate with the Norborne R-VIII School District. As The Richmond News reported,…

Erosion, drainage issues trouble Ridgeway Drive

Richmond residents bring concerns on standing water in street, flooding of ditch to council By Leah Wankum, Editor The ditch behind the houses on the west side of Ridgeway Drive…

Mushroom Festival: ‘One of our best years yet’

By Leah Wankum, Editor Phenomenal weather, eclectic entertainment and little to no miscreant activity made the 37th annual Mushroom Festival “one of our best years yet, according to Richmond Area…

All smiles from victorious royalty

By Leah Wankum, Editor It’s hard not to smile when you see pure joy and delight in a child’s face. The winners who were old enough to know that they…

Ag property gets new lease on life in Carroll County

Biodiesel site changes hands; broader plans proposed Sara Seidel, staff writer, contributed to this story In neighboring Carroll County, a new agri-business site is being developed on property once intended to…

Case continued on ‘not guilty’ plea for alleged Casey’s robber

By Leah Wankum, Editor The case continues for the Independence man who allegedly robbed Casey’s General Store in Richmond early this year. James R. Gay III, 24, appeared in court…

Step 1: Asbestos removal at former Polley funeral site

By Leah Wankum, Editor No plans are set in stone for the future of the former Polley Funeral Home, a building the City of Richmond now owns. In the meantime,…