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‘PUMPKIN’ BREAKDOWN JUST A BLIP IN BAND’S ORLANDO EXPERIENCE

At 13 minutes, Gustav Holst’s “First Suite in Eb” isn’t just long. It’s intricate and challenging. But the piece Richmond High School’s band performed at the Heritage Festival in Orlando,…

Toys, bikes entice families to hear Easter story

The stage at the Eagleton Center was filled from one end to the other with kids’ bikes and enough stuffed animals to keep a carnival going for a year .All…

McCaskill holds education talks at H-C

It’s not a phone call that happens every day at Hardin-Central: a U.S. senator calls wanting to have an education discussion with you and your district. But that’s what happened…

Mental issues cited in highspeed chase

A Kansas City woman with a diagnosis of mental-health issues received a four-year prison sentence and five years of supervised probation afterwards for a July 2010 highspeed chase with a…

Parent wants district to modify procedure when students fi ght

The mother of a Richmond Middle School student has raised concerns about the district’s procedure of having police handcuff students caught fi ghting and then transporting them to the police…

SHY WITH EVERYTHING BUT SPEED

Kaylee Duncan looks like most 10-year- old girls at first glance. She has pretty light brown hair, a face dotted with freckles and a shy smile. But she isn’t like…

Option for leniency in drunk-driving death

A Richmond woman who plead guilty in December 2010 to involuntary manslaughter in a fatality accident was sentenced Friday to 10 years. However, Circuit Judge David Miller said the sentence…

BYRON’S HOMECOMING BENEFITS FARRIS

Photo PHOTO: Byron Jones, founder of the Northtown Opry and a performer two decades ago at opry shows at Richmond’s Farris Theatre, returned to his old stomping ground Sunday. Jones,…

Weather, economy dampen open house

Cold weather and a rough economy certainly didn’t help business during the 2011 Richmond Spring Open House, but the six businesses involved did their best to overcome these challenges. Linda…

Shedding light on county’s history

New high-efficiency light fixtures in the Ray County Historical Museum basement not only save energy, they shed more light on what’s displayed. “It is so much brighter down there,” said…