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‘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…

Booth appointed to Richmond Park Board seat

Adam Booth, a 33-year-old assistant manager, waiter and bartender at Hometown Pizza, has been appointed by Richmond Mayor Mike Wright to the city’s Park Board. The appointment brings the board…

Loss of major state funding puts plan in peril

Hardin-Central, Norborne consolidation talks By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Consolidating the Hardin-Central and Norborne school districts is an idea that will soon die. That was an opinion expressed…

Council approves public works purchases

Council approves public works purchases

Councilors also passed a gasket — literally By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor The Richmond City Council on Tuesday approved purchases of several previously budgeted items for the Public…

‘We’re going in the right direction’

Orrick R-XI School District: Current, future school leaders weigh in on school district’s past, goals   By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer Changes will come soon to the Orrick R-XI…

Board incumbents Taylor, Wyse won’t seek re-election

Upcoming election, water/sewer rates hikes concern Orrick council By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer The replacement of the two city council seats opening this year and raising the water…

R-XVI board OKs ag equipment grant

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Richmond High School ag teachers and FFA sponsors Laura Allen and Charles Foreman hope they’ll have some new equipment for their students in…