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Aytes, board to mull over improvements for district

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Richmond Superintendent Mike Aytes is requesting the Richmond R-XVI Board of Education’s assistance. During the board’s Jan. 9 meeting at the district offices,…

Finally — it’s open!

Finally — it’s open!

Harps grocery store debuts to applause (and cupcakes) By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor The long-awaited Harps grocery store, also the new location for C&C Pharmacy, opened Wednesday morning…

Drugs, scandal and Ray Co. Board of Services

Arrests, investigation finds wrongdoing at county agency; current director says situation is resolved By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor A Missouri Department of Health audit of Ray County Board…

Orrick BOE votes to combine boys and girls golf

Coed golf, softball may become fall sports By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer The Orrick School Board voted Monday to combine boys and girls golf, making it a coed team…

Hardin-Central sees jumps in APR scores

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Austin Purvis shared what he called some “exciting news” with the Hardin-Central Board of Education when the board met Jan. 8 at the…

KC public radio serves up politics with eggs at Fubbler’s

KC public radio serves up  politics with eggs at Fubbler’s

By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer It’ll be a year this Sunday since President Donald Trump took office, and Kansas City Public Radio Station KCUR FM 89.3 wanted to…

‘Sneaky and conniving’

School officials weigh in on Missouri school board kerfuffle By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor Local school superintendents, along with every other superintendent in Missouri, stand stranded in the…

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Serendipity Coffee Shop – It’s all about the beans

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Serendipity Coffee Shop – It’s all about the beans

Coffee shop opens in The Scoop’s building By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor Serendipity coffee shop has been open only since last Wednesday, but it’s already served nearly 150…

Greitens delivers State of the State address

Gov. Eric Greitens took a reflective tone Wednesday night during his State of the State address, lauding his first-year successes while offering little specifics on policy initiatives he wishes to…

Eagle Scout memorial now has place to sit, reflect

Eagle Scout memorial now  has place to sit, reflect

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher The Eagle Scout Memorial now has place for those to sit, relax and reflect. One could call it an early Christmas present to the…