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A final gathering to remember Dover School

Fond memories remain for school that closed 60 years ago By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor When people reach the end of life’s journey, they often reflect back on their younger…

Moorsville man arrested for intoxicated driving following Ray County crash

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A Mooresville man was arrested Friday morning for intoxicated driving following a crash on state Route 13 near West 188th Street. Neal D. Hamilton,…

Council OKs $143,000 for gym floor

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor The Richmond City Council unanimously approved a proposal for new flooring in the City Hall gym. City Administrator Ron Brohammer proposed Mondo floors for the…

R-XVI renews contract with baseball group

$5,000 grant from K.C. Royals Charities allows Richmond Competitve Baseball Association to continue improvements on rarely used ball fields By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI Board of Education reapproved…

Richmond’s treasured pumpkin patch (and more) returns

Second generation re-opens produce stand at new, bigger location By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Moyer Farms has moved to a new location as Nathan Moyer takes over his parents’ fruit stand…

No clowning around in county

Richmond police debunk rumors, sightings of national clown frenzy By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Despite the rumors flying around Ray County and on Facebook, there are no confirmed sightings or…

Tech device leaves inappropriate photos on school MacBook

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A recent incident in Orrick shows how easily private messages can appear in unintended places. An Orrick student discovered personal and “inappropriate” photos Oct. 4 through…

Area man sentenced to a misdemeanor in judge threat

David Ray Holloway Jr. pleads guilty to threat to kill local judge; action motivated additional courthouse security By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A Camden man pleaded guilty to threatening…

Council to hear city gym upgrade proposal Tuesday

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A proposal to use existing city funds to install new flooring in the City Hall gym will go before the Richmond City Council on Tuesday.…

Supporters rally those with ALS disease

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Typically, people with Lou Gehrig’s disease survive for only three to five years after diagnosis. Richmond resident Mark Johnson is a living, breathing exception to…