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Making the grade

R-16 meets or exceeds state average in grade-level exams By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Students from the Richmond R-XVI School District scored at or above the state average in 13 out…

4-H friends celebrate Coleman’s career

By JoEllen Black/Publisher The 4-H family marked the milestone of one of its Ray County leaders Saturday. After devoting her entire career as Ray County’s MU extension youth specialist, Nancy…

Area man charged with attempting to set woman on fire

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Henrietta man is charged with three counts of domestic assault after allegedly attempting to use lighter fluid to set a woman on fire. Alan Dewayne…

RCMH certified as level 3 stroke center

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Ray County Memorial Hospital is now officially certified as the first stop for local stroke patients. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services designated…

City gym getting on solid ground

Fence to protect children, city of Orrick

Orrick BOA’s decision will protect city from potential lawsuits surrounding new lift station east of town By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Orrick Board of Aldermen decided to build a fence…

Giant socks become city’s new sewer lines

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Richmond is relining several of the city’s sewer pipes this month. Ron Brohammer, city administrator, said the city hired SAK, a pipeline rehabilitation contractor based…

Next week one paper, but a holiday heavyweight

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher The Richmond News will only be published once next week, but it’ll be a whopper of a newspaper. The pre-Thanksgiving edition is scheduled as a…

Council OKs $500,000 loan for new park

Bank Midwest accepts city’s lease purchase agreement for Hamann Park By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Richmond City Council, at its regular meeting Nov. 8, approved 6-0 a lease purchase agreement…

A COMFORTING TRIBUTE TO VETERANS

Local quilters recognize and honor those who served By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Veterans from the last seven decades of U.S. history received Quilts of Valor in recognition of their…