Socialize

Facebook
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 7)

Richmond man charged in alleged beating of infant

By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor A Richmond man was arrested Jan. 4 and is being held in the Ray County Jail in Henrietta on allegations of serious child…

C&C Discount Pharmacy moves inside Harps

C&C  Discount Pharmacy moves inside Harps

By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor Local stalwart C&C Discount Pharmacy — the “Cs” stand for “Care” and “Commitment,” according to Susan Duffett, who owns it with her husband…

After 4-year hiatus, full-line grocer opens Jan. 17

After 4-year hiatus, full-line grocer opens Jan. 17

By Joy Tipping, Richmond News Managing Editor It’s been a long time coming  – Apple Market, the last stand-alone grocery store in Richmond, closed in 2013. But at 10 a.m.…

Candidate filings for school, city posts ends Jan. 16

By Russ Green and Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Plenty of openings exist in several races for the April 3 elections. The filing deadline for most of the positions is…

Area officials in agreement with task force findings: increase fuel tax

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher The findings of a six-month task force to improve Missouri’s roadways and bridges came to a conclusion that many area officials favor: Increase gasoline…

Hardin Christmas fires under investigation

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher The Missouri State Fire Marshal is investigating two Christmas Day structure fires in Hardin that occurred around an hour apart. Hardin Fire Chief Malcolm…

Through prayer, hard work, niche farm takes root in rural Richmond

Through prayer, hard work, niche farm takes root in rural Richmond

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Beautiful Day Farms By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer They love travel, lighthouses and the ocean, but most of all, Jason and Fanta Eplee love…

Repairs needed on Henrietta bridge, officials agree

Repairs needed on Henrietta bridge,  officials agree

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Henrietta has a bridge that needs fixing. Part of the old Missouri Highway 13 (now known as Lexington Road), the bridge is on…

Growers conference focuses on hops as a crop

The 2018 Great Plains Growers Conference, Jan. 11-13 in St. Joseph, will offer the first hops workshop in Missouri and Kansas. Hops are a hot new Midwest specialty crop. University…

Orrick principal promoted to superintendent position

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer With the resignation of Orrick R-XI superintendent Aerin O’Dell  announced just before Christmas, the Orrick School Board wasted no time in filling O’Dell’s position. Dr.…