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Domestic violence episode nets 13 felony charges

Henkel and hospital take lockdown precautions due to death threats By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher A Hardin man was charged with 13 felony counts of domestic violence Monday after…

Remaining fixture of Henrietta’s train travel history razed

Remaining fixture of Henrietta’s  train travel history razed

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher As the excavator lifted off a large portion of the roof, Brian Burstert winced. “A lot of memories,” he said. It was just a…

More sign petition against school merger

Norborne and Hardin-Central Consolidation By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News More residents of the Hardin-Central C-2 School District have expressed their opposition to a proposal to consolidate Hardin-Central with…

R-XVI board OKs Phase II of Dear playground project

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Phase II of the Dear Elementary School playground renovation project may proceed. The Richmond R-XVI Board of Education voted 5-1-1 Tuesday night during…

County gears up for potential 911 board voting

Filing for possible elected Ray County 911 board begins Dec. 12 at clerk’s office By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher Filings for seven elected positions to a Ray County Emergency…

2 arrested for meth possession after fleeing police

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher Two area men are facing felony drug charges after fleeing law enforcement, then crashing their vehicle early Saturday morning, north of Richmond. Driver Jared…

Guests treat town to holiday magic at Christmas Light Parade

Guests treat town to holiday magic at Christmas Light Parade

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher Out-of-town guests brought some holiday magic to Richmond’s Christmas Light Parade Thursday, Dec. 7, in Richmond Square. First, Comet and Cupid, actual reindeer, were…

Some optimistic 911 cell phone tax will be approved in 2018

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher For the sixth year in a row, state Rep. Jeanie Lauer, R-Blue Springs, is sponsoring a bill to place a surcharge on cellular devices…

Plugging the GAP

Plugging the GAP

Businesses on south side of town join effort to fill unmet need By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer Four businesses on the south edge of town have joined forces – and…

Man charged with sex crimes with 5-year-old

By JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher The child’s father contacted Richmond police in April, telling officers of an alleged sexual episode that occurred between Appleberry and the child in 2016,…