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Loss of major state funding puts plan in peril

Hardin-Central, Norborne consolidation talks By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Consolidating the Hardin-Central and Norborne school districts is an idea that will soon die. That was an opinion expressed…

Council approves public works purchases

Council approves public works purchases

Councilors also passed a gasket — literally By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor The Richmond City Council on Tuesday approved purchases of several previously budgeted items for the Public…

‘We’re going in the right direction’

Orrick R-XI School District: Current, future school leaders weigh in on school district’s past, goals   By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer Changes will come soon to the Orrick R-XI…

Board incumbents Taylor, Wyse won’t seek re-election

Upcoming election, water/sewer rates hikes concern Orrick council By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer The replacement of the two city council seats opening this year and raising the water…

R-XVI board OKs ag equipment grant

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Richmond High School ag teachers and FFA sponsors Laura Allen and Charles Foreman hope they’ll have some new equipment for their students in…

Richmond man charged in alleged beating of infant

By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor A Richmond man was arrested Jan. 4 and is being held in the Ray County Jail in Henrietta on allegations of serious child…

C&C Discount Pharmacy moves inside Harps

C&C  Discount Pharmacy moves inside Harps

By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor Local stalwart C&C Discount Pharmacy — the “Cs” stand for “Care” and “Commitment,” according to Susan Duffett, who owns it with her husband…

After 4-year hiatus, full-line grocer opens Jan. 17

After 4-year hiatus, full-line grocer opens Jan. 17

By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor It’s been a long time coming  – Apple Market, the last stand-alone grocery store in Richmond, closed in 2013. But at 10 a.m.…

Candidate filings for school, city posts ends Jan. 16

By Russ Green and Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Plenty of openings exist in several races for the April 3 elections. The filing deadline for most of the positions is…

Area officials in agreement with task force findings: increase fuel tax

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher The findings of a six-month task force to improve Missouri’s roadways and bridges came to a conclusion that many area officials favor: Increase gasoline…