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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…

Motion to change RMS schedule dies

Motion to change RMS schedule dies

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News The schedule at Richmond Middle School isn’t changing. During its meeting Tuesday night at the Richmond R-XVI School District offices, the Board of Education,…

Gov. Parson’s message to Missouri, U.S. reps: unity

Gov. Parson’s message to Missouri, U.S. reps: unity

By Jack ‘Miles’ Ventimiglia/For The Richmond News JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson’s first address to a joint session of the General Assembly provided the capstone on Gov. Eric Greitens’…

Ray-Lafayette Relay for Life: ‘We’re running for people who can’t’

Ray-Lafayette Relay for Life: ‘We’re running for people who can’t’

Floyd Bratton of Richmond (center) and Debbie Hatfield (left) of Lafayette County were selected to lead selected to lead the survivors’ lap, which kicked off the American Cancer Society’s Ray-Lafayette…

2017 Richmond rape case proceeds in circuit court

2017 Richmond rape case  proceeds in  circuit court

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The case against an Oak Grove man for the rape of a woman in Richmond in September 2017 has been bound over to the…