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Iraq war veteran brings tattoo artistry to Richmond

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Writer So. Does it hurt? The stick of a tattoo needle, that is. Does it hurt? Perhaps it doesn’t matter, because something else motivates people…

Combat and culture clashes spark creativity

Local Iraq War veteran uses photography as therapy to deal with PTSD By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor After seeing combat action during the Iraq War six years ago, one local…

Extra Life Marathon raises $1,403 for children’s hospitals

Richmond detective plans to host the fundraiser again next year By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Participants and sponsors contributed $1,403 at Richmond’s first ever Extra Life Marathon last weekend. Richmond…

Our vote: Keep writing your columns, Jack

I have always said I was going to quit writing “Jack Remembers” when I hit 1,000 columns. Well, today is my 1,000th column.  Since we have all just voted this…

The Addams Family: ‘They’re creepy and they’re kooky’

And they’re coming to the Farris Theatre RHS cast takes the stage this weekend By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff The Richmond High School Fine Arts Department will present “The Addams…

River City Players Fall play opens Nov. 4-5 in Lexington

“Till death do us part?” features ghostly love triangle Elvira Condomine takes issue with the wedding vow,  “Till death do us part.” This vow does not apply to her or…

FOR YOUR SWEET TOOTH

The holidays are almost here and we always look for that special pie or dessert to take to family dinners. The following recipes are a few sweet treats to try.…

Native son brings next generation to AXA Financial

REBUILDING RICHMOND AND BEYOND: AXA ADVISORS EXPANSION By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Local financial planning adviser Troy Rust has a new partner in his practice with AXA Advisors, plus a…

Cali style: Guitarists to perform songs in a new, different way

FARRIS CONCERT SERIES California Guitar Trio 7 p.m Saturday, Nov. 19, Farris Theatre By Sara Seidel/Richmond News When the California Guitar Trio comes to the Farris Theatre in November, the…

Making scary fun safe

Richmond detective offers suggestions for safe trick-or-treating By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff On Oct. 31, superheroes, princesses and vampires will go door to door requesting candy. As children seek their…