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February accident ends in new felony charges

Two-car accident on Ike Skelton bridge eventually takes the life of area man By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer A Wellington man was charged with manslaughter after a two-car accident in…

‘Major work’ completed to R-XVI school buildings

Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News It’s test time for the Richmond R-XVI School District – or rather, for the four schoolhouses in the district. In May, the Board of…

Hardin sets terms for Harvesters parking, pick up

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Traffic might be less of a problem when Harvesters-The Community Food Network distributes its perishable food each month in Hardin. During its July…

A Witness becomes mayor

A Witness becomes mayor

Whitmer’s character, civic duty overcame religious prejudice By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer The early days of the Mormon Church in Missouri were well recorded. Yet it’s a little-known fact that…

Who pays the hospital: Ray County or prisoner?

Legal opinions differ on responsibility of payment of prisoner medical bills By Leah Wankum, Editor The problem of determining who is financially responsible for medical bills incurred by jail inmates…

Bond levy decreases for city taxpayers

Deadline extended for Swafford’s Ford bond closures By Leah Wankum, Editor Tax rates are set for Richmond residents for the 2017 calendar year. The Richmond City Council also set in…

RHS choir accepts invite to D.C. gala

R-XVI board approves choir’s participation of 2018 National Memorial Day Choral Festival By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News The Richmond Noteworthy Chamber Choir has a Memorial Day Weekend road…

Submit city financials or pay pricey penalty

New state legislation requires all cities to submit financial records; three area communities out of compliance By Leah Wankum, Editor All counties and towns, regardless of population size or budget,…

’87 Dawgs reunite for 30th anniversary

’87 Dawgs reunite for 30th anniversary

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Admittedly, David Warren hasn’t visited Hardin-Central much since his days of high school gridiron glory ended there. Last week, however, Warren had a…

Car wreck spurs talk on new stop sign

By Leah Wankum, Editor Speeding and a car crash spurred recent public safety talks in the Richmond Council Chambers. The Richmond council’s public safety committee met Aug. 22 to discuss…