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So far, so good for Stet 4-day school week

So far, so good for Stet 4-day school week

By Mark Johnson/For The Richmond News Can Stet R-XV, a small rural Missouri K-12 school with 64 students, successfully make the transition to a four-day week without negatively impacting academics?…

Combine destroyed in field fire

Combine destroyed in field fire

By David Knopf/News Editor A combine and an attachment valued by the fire department at around $275,000 caught fire Oct. 6 in the Henrietta bottoms, engulfing the machine and surrounding…

Medicine Shoppe opens Oct. 17, Economy closes soon

By Russ Green/Senior Staff Writer   Everything is on schedule for the Oct. 17 opening of the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy inside the Apple Market in Richmond. Kevin Rinne, CEO of…

City of Richmond receives a ‘pretty clean’ yearly audit

By David Knopf/News Editor   Compared to a highly critical state audit two years ago, the city of Richmond’s most recent independent auditor’s report points only to areas where record-keeping…

Hardin group awarded $10,000 for Ivaloo Park

By Russ Green/Senior Staff Writer   The Hardin Community Betterment Association began in November 2009 with the goal of raising $20,000 to be used for improving Ivaloo Park. A few…

BNSF train derails near Carrollton Monday

A Burlington Northern Santa Fe train derailed Monday, west of Carrollton on Highway 10. Four to five train cars derailed, causing damage to the track around 3:30 p.m., according to…

Miller grants change of judge request in Nail case

By David Knopf/News Editor   Circuit Court Judge David Miller sustained a motion Wednesday for a change of judge in the case against Jerry Nail, an Orrick man charged in…

Richmond woman injured in two-vehicle accident

A Richmond woman suffered minor injuries around 5:45 p.m. Tuesday in a two-car accident on Highway T. Sarah S. Green, 32, was transported by EMS to Ray County Memorial Hospital…

Alzheimer’s Memory Walk roster grows

Alzheimer’s Memory Walk roster grows

By David Knopf/News Editor   The numbers have only gone up since Shirkey Rehabilitation and Nursing Center became involved in the Alzheimer’s Memory Walk in early 2000. The number of…

City stays home to find new chief

City stays home to find new chief

By David Knopf/News Editor   There wasn’t a whole lot of introducing necessary last week when Chad Burnine was announced as Richmond’s new chief of police. That’s because Burnine, 33,…