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H-C superintendent resigns ‘to go home’

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News Hardin-Central Superintendent Michael Cohron is returning to his educational roots. Cohron is resigning at school year’s end to become assistant superintendent of the Knob…

EGG-CITING EVENTS

Area kids were treated to egg hunts  and at one event, even bicycles, with an Easter message.…

A dog’s tale

Legislature considering designation of Old Drum, dubbed ‘man’s best friend,’ as state historical dog By Rachael Herndon/For The Richmond News As Warrensburg nears its annual Old Drum Day Festival, its…

Couple arrested for heroin possession

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A Richmond husband and wife have been charged with possession of heroin following a routine traffic stop. William, 47, and Stephanie Moss, 44, are…

New city park plan includes play areas, walking trail

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Plans for the Hamann Park in north Richmond call for a wide array of amenities. “We’re going to have a little bit of everything,” said…

Boy Scouts present flags at meeting devoted to routine matters

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Opening a Richmond City Council meeting devoted chiefly to making appointments, scheduling trash pick-up dates and approving plats, Richmond Boy Scout Troop 324 presented the…

Meth-smoking mom charged from Facebook photo

Facebook posting pleads for intervention; police respond with multiple charges, including child endangerment By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A local woman has been charged in two counties with endangering the welfare…

Biblical home builders

A tornado destroyed Donna Roberts home; a community of faith rebuilt it By Jason Beets/Staff Writer rreparably damaged in the Orrick tornado, Donna Roberts, 75, was given the keys to…

Events planned to honor Vietnam veterans on 50th anniversary

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Many Vietnam veterans say they weren’t honored when they returned to the U.S., because of the controversy surrounding the war. But this month, 50 years after…

New logo: Elements symbolize city’s heritage, culture, opportunities

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A proposed logo – rich in symbolism representing much of Richmond’s heritage – has been unveiled. The logo resembles a key, with cuts along the…