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45 police calls to schools, SRO says

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Richmond School Resource Officer Eric Amyx says March was his busiest month since the beginning of the school year. Amyx said he received a…

Safe spot for ‘child exchanges’ considered

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor When divorced parents share visitation privileges of their children, those parents sometimes need to find a safe place to make the exchange. A new place…

The sounds and tastes of warmer weather

H-C board frees Cohron to rejoin Knob Noster administration

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News It’s official: Hardin-Central Superintendent Michael Cohron is free to return to his work home. As was reported recently in The Richmond News, Cohron announced…

Ray-Carroll receives approval on variance for grain elevator

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Ray-Carroll Co-Op is moving forward with building its latest grain elevator in Hardin. After more than 30 minutes of discussion during last Tuesday’s Board…

Volunteers needed for Orrick park assembly Saturday

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer The rebuilding of Orrick Park is scheduled for Saturday, but more people are needed to make the new park a reality. In 2014, a…

Unsettled business in condemnation suit

After lengthy court process, some still wait for ‘fair’ compensation By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor With broad swaths of property cleared of trees and brush, signs of construction of a…

Cars vandalized during day along Franklin, Camden streets

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A vandal applied spray paint to vehicles parked on Franklin and College streets in Richmond Wednesday morning. The Richmond Police Department is currently investigating the incident.…

Street projects receive council OK

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor More streets should get attention this season, thanks to Richmond’s half-cent sales tax dedicated to street repair and storm water system improvements. The total bill…

Sunrise school faces bullying concerns

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Several policies in place at Sunrise Elementary discourage bullying and address allegations of bullying at the school. Many students identified bullying as a concern when they…