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Lawson’s Pope wins first, Richmond’s Rogers named alternate in county pageant

Lawson’s Pope wins first, Richmond’s Rogers named alternate in county pageant

Rebecca Pope of Lawson (not shown) was crowned Miss Ray County at Saturday’s scholarship pageant at the Farris Theatre. At right, Isabelle Rogers of Richmond  was named first alternate. She…

Lindsey statuatory rape case moved to Warren County

Lindsey statuatory rape case moved to Warren County

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The trial of Matthew C. Lindsey, charged with two class C felonies in the alleged statutory rapes of a 16-year-old Richmond High School cheerleader…

Fire damages Crispin St. home, kills animals

Fire damages Crispin St. home, kills animals

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor An accidental fire Friday morning at 512 Crispin St. in Richmond seriously damaged a house, leaving a hole in the roof and serious damage…

Nearly a dozen more Rayville violation notices sent

Nearly a dozen more Rayville violation notices sent

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Code violation-abatement notices continue to go out to property owners in the disincorporated town of Rayville, with 11 more sent out since late May.…

Woman charged in boyfriend’s stabbing

Woman charged in boyfriend’s stabbing

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Venessa Danyel Wooten of Richmond faces four felony assault charges for trying to kill or seriously injure a man “with whom she had cohabitated…

Road work to begin in city’s Ward 4

Road work to begin in city’s Ward 4

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor In her report to the City Council last Tuesday, City Administrator Tonya Willim told councilors that the mill/overlay project would begin this week in…

State suicide rate spikes to second-highest in U.S.

State suicide rate spikes to second-highest in U.S.

By Samantha Kilgore/Feature Writer Suicide rates have spiked across the U.S., according to recently released figures from the Centers for Disease Control — up an average of nearly 30 percent nationwide…

Former Red Cross Pharmacy officially becomes CVS Pharmacy

Former Red Cross Pharmacy officially becomes CVS Pharmacy

The Red Cross Pharmacy at 320 E. Lexington at Spartan Drive closed over the weekend and re-opened on Monday as a CVS. The 3,000-square-foot store is one of 14 retail…

Former Polley Funeral Home demolished

Former Polley Funeral Home demolished

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Executive Editor A structure that has served numerous families throughout the decades is no more. The former Polley Funeral Home, which has sat idle since July…

Student relics recovered as Hardin-Central renovates

Student relics recovered as Hardin-Central renovates

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Renovations are underway at Hardin-Central C-2 school district — and the renovation work has turned up some decades-old student artifacts. Superintendent Trey Cavanah discussed…

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