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Lawson man gets 19 years for beating

Lawson man gets 19 years for beating

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor A Lawson man who severely beat his girlfriend the day after Christmas in 2016 has pleaded guilty to three felony charges. On April 16,…

Council OKs purchase of police Explorer

Council OKs purchase  of police Explorer

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The Richmond City Council, at its April 24 meeting, approved purchase of a new Ford Explorer to replace its 2014 model, which was totaled…

Few agencies attend federal-funded mass attack meeting

Few agencies attend federal-funded mass attack meeting

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The Mid-America Regional Council has started planning and coordination among 14 area jurisdictions to handle complex, coordinated terrorist attack (CCTAs) that might occur at…

McCaulley to leave Ray County Library as of May 25

McCaulley to leave Ray County Library as of May 25

Rochelle McCaulley, who has worked at the Ray County Library full-time since 2004 — in addition to a couple of years while still in high school — and been director…

Henrietta BOA swears in Foley, Long, Nordsieck again

Henrietta BOA swears in Foley,  Long, Nordsieck again

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News The Henrietta Board of Aldermen must wait a few weeks before its newest member takes office. Henrietta residents chose four candidates for the board…

Richmond man pleads guilty to dragging deputy

Richmond man pleads guilty to dragging deputy

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Eric Scott Hertzig, 52, of Richmond pleaded guilty on April 16 to dragging a Ray County sheriff’s deputy from the tailgate of a Ford…

D.A.R.E. fostering relationships, behaviors

D.A.R.E. fostering relationships, behaviors

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Chassity Nevels never intended to go into law enforcement. She adores children — she has four of her own and has fostered a dozen…

Hardin-Central, Norborne BOEs to hear merger findings separately

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News The Hardin-Central Board of Education will hear the findings of the ad hoc committee that researched possibly consolidating the H-C and Norborne school districts…

Richmond Super 8 celebrates 20 years of business

Richmond Super 8 celebrates 20 years of business

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Ellen Steele’s 20-year career as an owner and operator of Richmond Super 8 started by chance. “A manager left, so I came out to fill…

Red Cross Pharmacy to sell to CVS

Red Cross Pharmacy to sell to CVS

Richmond switchover set for June 18         By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Owners of privately held Red Cross Pharmacy Inc., which owns 14 retail stores in…