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You can take down statutes, but not take away the inhumanity of Order 11

There are several things that tee me off. The latest is the removal of Civil War monuments, particularly here in Missouri. New Orleans is in the process of removing four…

Belle & Louise stylish clothing online boutique

Belle & Louise stylish clothing online boutique

Sisters’ online business pays homage to grandmothers By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Four sisters turn their passion for trendy clothing into a local online boutique. Belle and Louise offers a range…

Life reimagined: A second career as a writer

Life reimagined: A second career as a writer

Living 50-Plus: Up and coming Christian writer says God is her guide By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Parents will know Shelley Ritchie because she taught their children for 28 years.…

Busy Bees

Busy Bees

With little labor, new hobby reaps big rewards By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer If hard work reaps its own rewards, perhaps it’s even more rewarding to get rewards when someone…

Mission trip to Guatemala: A trip of firsts

Mission trip to Guatemala: A trip of firsts

Mission trip impacts Guatemalans and Ray Countians By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Travel delays, lost luggage and an injury didn’t faze the volunteers from the First Baptist Church of Richmond…

Birth: Harper Elizabeth Farnan

The Farnan boys would finally like to announce the birth of their sister Harper Elizabeth Farnan. The complete story is in the Friday, June 30, 2017 Richmond News.…

Birth: Natalie Marie DeCourcy

Proud parents James Michael DeCourcy II and Jamie Lynn Tharp, of Richmond, have announced the birth of their daughter Natalie Marie DeCourcy. Natalie was born Wednesday, June 21, 2017, weighing…

Pat’s Pantry: Snacks and Munchies

If you’re having a movie night with the family or entertaining a few friends, these hearty recipes will fill the need. – Pat   SHRIMP APPETIZER SPREAD   1 package (8 oz.) cream…

Annual RMS trip to nation’s capitol brings history alive for students

Annual RMS trip to nation’s capitol brings history alive for students

Each year eighth grade students from Richmond Middle School head to the Washington, D.C. area to tour the nation’s capitol and absorb its history. This year, the group toured from…

RHS students showing their creative side

RHS students showing their creative side

Richmond high school students put on art show for community By Hannah Sumpter, Staff Writer Richmond High School students will have their art featured next week for the community. The…