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RICHMOND – Raising funds to help area veterans is only part of the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars’ Buddy Poppy fundraiser.

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KANSAS CITY – William Jewell College sponsors a free workshop on virtual reality and the range of employment opportunities it represents beginning at 7:30 a.m., Thursday, May 16, in the Yates-Gill College Union at William Jewell College.

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STATE BOUND: Richmond Middle School choir students will sing July 22 in Jefferson City.  Front row, from left are: Kaili Luman, Grace Bozarth, Maddie Prom, Alayna Quick and Isabelle Dooley; second row: Jon West, Aleana McFee, Kara Clayton, Sophia Green, Kadance Ratliff and Hayden Happy.

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BOY SCOUTS and community volunteers spend Saturday forming and pouring a sidewalk from the north entrance of the Richmond City Gym to the parking lot. The sidewalk is the service project for Colin Didier, who will submit the work to achieve Eagle Scout rank.

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SAN ANTONIO – U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman Hannah M. Millsap completed basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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RICHMOND – “I need to get out and walk,” Pat Mills said as she set her goals at the weekly Chronic Disease Management class Monday at the Ray County Senior Center.

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RICHMOND – Seniors 60 and older can apply for Missouri Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program vouchers to use at farmer’s markets in five counties.

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LAMONI, Iowa – Maria Nanadiego, Richmond, and a student at Graceland University will present a poster session, “Humanities: Inequality of Climate Change” at the annual Scholars Showcase, a day dedicated to academic work and achievement on Graceland’s Lamoni, Iowa, campus.

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MUSHROOM FESTIVAL Fungus 5K winner is Camden Summer, from Camden, with a time of 19:52.

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MEDICAL EXPENSE HELP: Richmond High School student Chloe Wagner receives the proceeds from the April 7 Mr. RHS Pageant. From left, the 2019 Mr. RHS Shane Leakey, National Honor Society Vice President Gracie Marshall, NHS Vice President Kali Watts, beneficiary Chloe Wagner, High School Princi…

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SUNRISE ELEMENTARY School selects the April 2019 Citizenship Character Kids. From left, fifth-graders Kiley O’Dell and Mattox McCloud; fourth-graders Ava Gifford and Hayden Kinnard; third-graders Addelyn Barker and Caleb Handley; and second-graders Madison Shroyer and Jaxon Ahart.

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FFA STUDENTS attend the 2019 Youth Leadership Day on Thursday, April 18, in Jefferson City. Students visit with state elected officials, watch legislative proceedings and learn about agricultureal issues. From left are Richmond High School adviser Laura Allen, students Ashley Stewart, Harlie…

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William Marion “Bill” Hodson, 67, a lifelong resident of Richmond, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

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RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL music students travel to the state music festival on Friday, April 26. Each student will compete for gold, silver or bronze award after recieving a “superior” rating at the district competition. They will perform in vocal solo, instrumental solo, and instrumental small g…

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COLUMBIA – After placing at area and district contests, a Richmond High School student places fourth at state.

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RICHMOND – Ray-Carroll County Growers awarded $15,000 in scholarships to high school seniors who are children of cooperative members.

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RICHMOND – The 13th annual “Send the Light” Bible Conference will begin at 11 a.m., Sunday, May 5, at the Richmond City Hall Gymnasium, 205 Summit St.