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Nick Persell hired as new Spartan football coach

Richmond News Staff Votes taken by the Richmond R-XVI school board during its Feb. 13 closed session included the unanimous approval of Nick Persell as the Spartans next head football…

Camden man charged with domestic assault, death threats

By Joy Tipping, Managing Editor A 19-year-old Camden man, Devon Alexander Harris, has been charged with one Felony D charge of second-degree domestic assault, along with eight cases of Misdemeanor…

Hospital board ponders fate of Home Health services

By Joy Tipping, Managing Editor The Ray County Memorial Hospital board of directors and chief executive officer on March 15 will delve into the fraught decision of whether or not…

H-C to seek bids on building upgrades

By Shawn Roney, For The Richmond News The Hardin-Central Board of Education has prioritized four projects for the Hardin-Central C-2 School District to pursue. After discussion with Superintendent Trey Cavanah,…

With felony indictment, can he lead?

Investigation of governor ongoing; some legislators pressure him to step down By Joy Tipping, Managing Editor Many Democrats and some Republicans have begun calling for legislative investigation — or even…

Swafford crowned RHS Mr. Valentine

Swafford crowned RHS Mr. Valentine

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher Swafford was among eight high school boys who vied for the crown – all of whom provided an entertaining show. The annual fundraiser, sponsored…

Parents, former teachers back complaints against RHS principal, superintendent

By Joy Tipping, Managing Editor Many Richmond High School parents, along with former teachers, have contacted The Richmond News in recent days to add their voices to those quoted in…

Candidacy opens Tuesday for county, judicial and 39th District seats

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher Declarations of candidacy for Ray County offices, along with 8th Circuit Court judge, Ray and Carroll Associate Circuit Court judges and the Missouri House…

Consolidation talks to continue

With staff cuts, combined district could save more than $1 million, says Norborne superintendent By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Research into the feasibility of consolidating the Hardin-Central and…

Extended hours, new programming and more await library patrons

Tax-levy election promises are being fulfilled, library director says By Joy Tipping, Managing Editor You might say Ray County Memorial Library had a 2017 that encompassed the good, the bad and…