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‘Get away from the chaos’ at Victory Fest

‘Get away from the chaos’ at Victory Fest

Victory in the Park was initially organized around praise and Jesus Christ, but Cowboy Chapel Pastor Mike Stephens, one of the celebration’s organizers, has another message: “It’s for everyone in…

‘Aunt Margaret’ Rust Hall turns 100; Rust family a Ray County fixture for 5 generations

‘Aunt Margaret’ Rust Hall turns 100; Rust family a Ray County fixture for 5 generations

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Aunt Margaret” Rust Hall sits quietly in the common room at Pleasant Valley Manor Care Center in Liberty as her nephew and caretaker, Troy…

Memorial Day at Hardin Cemetery: Remembering the fallen, the flood of 1993

Memorial Day at Hardin Cemetery: Remembering the fallen, the flood of 1993

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Executive Editor Single silk flowers — red for adults and white for children — were placed in front of symmetrically lined grave markers for the remains…

Outersky recognized for 21 years of service to Ray County

Outersky recognized for 21 years of service to Ray County

State Rep. Peggy McGaugh, left, presents a proclamation from the Missouri Legislature to Ray County Accounts Payable Clerk Janet Outersky for her 21 years of service. County Clerk Glenda Powell,…

Richmond trooper receives WGU scholarship

Richmond trooper receives WGU scholarship

Richmond resident Tyler Cunningham, a Missouri State Trooper, was awarded a $2,000 ‘I Have a Dream’ scholarship to Western Governors University Missouri in honor of National Police Week. Cunningham is…

A ghosting we will go: Paranormal/history investigators hunt spooks on the hill

A ghosting we will go: Paranormal/history investigators hunt spooks on the hill

“Hill House, not sane, stood by itself against the hills, holding darkness within; it had stood so for eighty years and might stand for eighty more. Within, walls continued upright,…

Pet of the Week: Abracadabra

Pet of the Week: Abracadabra

Every week, The Richmond News showcases a dog or cat looking for its “fur-ever home” and available for adoption at the Humane Society of Ray County. This week, allow Abracadabra…

Beyond the classroom: A Wall of Honor made by students

Beyond the classroom: A Wall of Honor made by students

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Executive Editor A sixth-grade Veterans Day project has grown into a display of honor for Orrick community members who currently serve or have served in the…

H-C board votes 6-0 to formally end consolidation talks for now

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Consolidation talks between the Hardin-Central C-2 and Norborne R-VIII school districts will end — following months of discussion, the formation of an ad hoc…

R-XVI school board places higher priority on ‘culture of collaboration’

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Priorities will likely shift for the Richmond R-XVI Board of Education for the 2018-19 school year, with a significant move toward improving collaboration and…