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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…

Second of Casey’s robbers gets 23-year sentence

Baxley must serve at least 8.5 years before parole consideration By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Jerry Baxley II, one of three men charged with robbing Casey’s General Store in…

New R-XVI board elects Berning, Vandiver as top officers

New R-XVI board elects Berning, Vandiver as top officers

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Jon Thoreson officially bid the Richmond R-XVI Board of Education farewell Tuesday night — and used a dash of Spanish to do so. That…

RCMH releases survey results

Communication, access, more specialty services called out as needs By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The Ray County Memorial Hospital board gathered April 4 for a special meeting to review…

Motion to cease consolidation fails — again

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News The Hardin-Central C-2 School Board has a reorganized school board — and at its first meeting, the new board addressed an issue that that…

City council OKs one-time fix to Garner Road ditches

City council OKs one-time fix to Garner Road ditches

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Tuesday’s Richmond City Council meeting was a twofer, with one council meeting conducted at 6:30 with the old council, swearing-in of newly elected board…

Thompson withdraws from county prosecutor’s race

Says he’s happy with incumbent Camille Johnston By Joy Tipping, Managing Editor Former Ray County Prosecuting Attorney Stanley M. Thompson, who filed as a candidate for that August primary race…