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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…

‘Take Back’ prescription drugs day this Saturday

‘Take Back’ prescription drugs day  this Saturday

Drug disposal box at Richmond PD has netted more than 2 tons since 2012 By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor When the Richmond Police Department put a prescription drug Take…

Sullard to retire from postal service; open house Friday

A 30-year career with the U.S. Postal Service is coming to an end today (Friday) for Richmond Postmaster Tammy Sullard. A lifetime Ray Countian, Sullard spent 28-and-a-half of her 30…

5th graders take the floor, steal the show at Orrick BOE meeting

5th graders take the floor, steal the show  at Orrick BOE meeting

Orrick BOE discusses state board chaos, APR changes By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Two fifth-graders stole the show at the Orrick R-XI Board of Education meeting April 16 at…

Park opens with cheers, no tears (from nature)

Park opens with cheers, no tears (from nature)

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Cloudy skies and chilly temperatures couldn’t dampen the spirits of those gathered Saturday morning to celebrate the official opening of the city’s newest park,…

Child abuse pervasive locally, law enforcement says

Annual child abuse prevention month sheds light on issue, aims to raise awareness By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and in Richmond and…

Garrison pleads guilty to child abandonment

Father could get 30 years in prison for his young sons’ deaths By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Randy M. Garrison of Orrick pleaded guilty on Friday to two Felony…

McElwee says thanks Hardin BOA for the experience

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News On Tuesday, Peggy McElwee ended what she said has been an enjoyable experience — serving on the Hardin Board of Aldermen. That evening at…

Couple charged in Highway 13 high-speed chase

Couple charged in Highway 13 high-speed chase

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor A high-speed chase on Saturday — with the suspects fleeing at 80-106 mph for about 25 miles on Highway 13, northbound between Henrietta to…

Committee vote: No consolidation

Committee vote: No consolidation

HARDIN-CENTRAL/NORBORNE By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News No consolidation — for now. After months of discussion, public discussion for and against, and even downright bickering on social media and elsewhere,…