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Richmond eighth-graders soak up history in Washington, D.C.

Richmond eighth-graders soak up history in Washington, D.C.

JACK “MILES” VENTIMIGLIA/Executive Editor Eighth-graders had the unique experience of meeting up with Richmond High School students on the 29th annual Washington trip, event chaperone Brenda Hamm said. The eighth-graders…

Grace Church pastor: Ask me questions!

Grace Church pastor: Ask me questions!

JOY TIPPING/Managing Editor The Rev. Dr. Justin Meier of Grace Church in Richmond says he gets a lot of questions, every week – some easy, some not so much, all…

U.S. Rep. Cleaver to read at library

U.S. Rep. Cleaver to read at library

U.S. Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II, D-Kansas City, will stop in Ray County next week for a “Patriotic Storytime” at Ray County Library. The congressman will be the “guest reader” at…

‘Two-hour Tuesdays’: One man gives back to community

‘Two-hour Tuesdays’: One man gives back to community

SAMANTHA KILGORE/Feature Writer Shaun Pontalion calls mornings he spends volunteering for the Good Samaritan Center “two-hour Tuesdays.” “It’s two hours, that’s all,” he said as he maneuvered a sofa to…

Branching out: After school halls, dented fenders, couple sinks roots into Linda’s Floral

Branching out: After school halls, dented fenders, couple sinks roots into Linda’s Floral

By Jack ‘Miles’ Ventimiglia/Executive Editor Business flourishes under Steve and Stephanie Minnick, new owners at Linda’s Floral, 307 Wollard Blvd. At the counter Tuesday, feet planted amid exotic flowers in…

New events, vendors for Waterfest 2018

New events, vendors for Waterfest 2018

By Samantha Kilgore/Feature Writer This year’s Waterfest promises to be better than ever. The festival, Excelsior Spring’s biggest of the year, includes all the old favorites along with new additions,…

‘Rapunzel, Rapunzel’: Children read, chill during Storytime program

‘Rapunzel, Rapunzel’: Children read, chill during Storytime program

By Jack ‘Miles’ Ventimiglia/Executive Editor Rapunzel is not the only one who lets down her hair during Storytime at the Ray County Library, 215 E. Lexington St., Richmond. Under the…

‘Tribe’ meets needs for special-needs children

‘Tribe’ meets needs for special-needs children

By Samantha Kilgore/Feature Writer Every group has its name: A group of geese is a gaggle, a group of horses a herd, a group of singers a choir. So what…

Alzheimer’s: Have the conversation ASAP

Alzheimer’s: Have the conversation ASAP

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, and the Alzheimer’s Association — together with advocates in the early stages of the disease — encourages…

Henkel for Hope team raises most in Ray, Lafayette effort

Henkel for Hope team raises most in Ray, Lafayette effort

Eleven teams from Ray and Lafayette counties raised more than $20,000 for the American Cancer Society at its annual Relay for Life. The event took place June 9 at the…

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