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Couple charged in Highway 13 high-speed chase

Couple charged in Highway 13 high-speed chase

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor A high-speed chase on Saturday — with the suspects fleeing at 80-106 mph for about 25 miles on Highway 13, northbound between Henrietta to…

Committee vote: No consolidation

Committee vote: No consolidation

HARDIN-CENTRAL/NORBORNE By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News No consolidation — for now. After months of discussion, public discussion for and against, and even downright bickering on social media and elsewhere,…

Hamann Park grand opening set for Saturday

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Hamann Park, at 312 Crispin Street and Highway 13, will have its official grand opening at 10 a.m. Saturday, according to Terry Dickey, parks…

Lexington businessman gets 3 years in federal prison

Bus company served Hardin-Central schools, among others A Lexington bus company owner was sentenced in federal court on Tax Day, April 17, for failing to pay the IRS nearly $1.7…

Garrison murder, arson case to be re-tried

Mistrial declared when 1st jury couldn’t reach consensus By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The state plans to re-try Randy M. Garrison, 36, of Orrick, whose first trial for murder,…

Route C at W. 222nd Street site of another serious wreck

In the span of just two days, two motorists traveling on Route C just north of West 222nd Street were seriously injured in wrecks. Lawson Fire & Rescue took both…

Domestic violence case drops from 13 to 1 charge

Domestic violence case drops from 13 to 1 charge

Incident caused lockdowns at Henkel, hospital; defendant’s wife now charged with false statements By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor A domestic violence case from December 2017 — which made top-of-the-front-page…

Fires damage 2 Richmond homes

Fires damage 2 Richmond homes

Family sifts through rubble, but much lost ‘from decades of our lives’ By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Two homes were seriously damaged last week, one in the 200 block…

Board OKs water meter bid

Two new aldermen sworn in The April 9 meeting of the Orrick Board of Aldermen began with old business, but then moved to the departure of two longtime members, Todd…

H-C board sets special meeting for renovation project

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Hardin-Central C-2 School District Superintendent Trey Cavanah has requested a special meeting of the board April 23, to deal with urgent renovation issues before…

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