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GoFundMe: Online aid sought to help restore area man’s loss of hearing

GoFundMe: Online aid sought  to help restore area man’s loss of hearing

Step-daughter reaches out to help volunteer get help By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Bob Rimmer and his therapy/volunteer dog Roxy are familiar faces around Ray County, especially at Shirkey Nursing and…

Central High alum finds home for tombstone commemorating the school

Central High alum finds home for tombstone commemorating the school

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A tombstone commemorating Central High School now has a permanent home at Hardin-Central C2 School District. The tombstone was set in place Nov. 5, 2016,…

FOR LOCAL MAN, RESCUING DOLPHINS WAS HUMBLING

FOR LOCAL MAN, RESCUING DOLPHINS WAS HUMBLING

By Skyla Sullivan/Excelsior Springs Standard Staff Writer It started out like a typical morning on vacation for Kim and Gary Sanson. They’re both early risers and it being their last…

Robbie Maupin: A living historian re-enacts history

Robbie Maupin: A living historian re-enacts history

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Sitting atop a horse with his dark hair and long beard, clad in period costume, is how most of us are used to seeing re-enactor Robbie…

‘We salute, welcome home and say well done’

‘We salute, welcome home and say well done’

Local DAR, military posts salute Vietnam soldiers By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff The Vietnam War was long and costly and involved the communist regime of North Vietnam and its southern…

Three ‘Rights’ do make a Hero

Three ‘Rights’ do make a Hero

Carrier credited for taking action By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Donna Bellis was in the right place at the right time – and she did the right thing. That’s the word…

LINCOLN ASSASSINATION SPELLED DOOM FOR EVERYONE IN BOX

LINCOLN ASSASSINATION SPELLED DOOM FOR EVERYONE IN BOX

Theater-goers in Ford’s box suffered horrific outcomes By Tom Emery/For the Richmond News The night of April 14, 1865, proved fateful for Abraham Lincoln, who was mortally wounded by an assassin’s…

COWBOY UP!

COWBOY UP!

‘Little ice man,’ 7, ‘busts’ mutton, hangs on for dear life By David Knopf/News Editor Closer to the city, where mini-vans and SUVs are the preferred taxis to drive kids…

Off the beaten path

Off the beaten path

Monument marks Mormon exodus from Jackson to Clay to Ray County By David Knopf-News Editor I’m writing this in the first person because it’s a tale of discovery. In five…

It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas

Numerous holiday activities this weekend A visit from Santa, a holiday musical, homemade Christmas cookies, gingerbread displays are among the several event planned this weekend in Ray County. Here’s a list…

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