• Photo: Corn field and farm with red barns and mulitple silos. Peak Production Indiana ranks 5th nationally in the production of corn.
  • Photo: Young Amish man drives team of 3 horses pulling a hay rake. Making Hay While the Sun Shines
  • Photo: Old fashioned corn crib decorated with IU Logo. Support for IU An old-fashioned corn crib decorated to show support for Indiana University.



Graphic: Well Care Community Health

Welcome Well Care!

WayNet is pleased to welcome Well Care Community Health, Inc. as our newest sponsoring member. The name may be new, but the team and the location are well-known to the community. They are ready to provide medical, dental and behavioral health services. You can also find them on Facebook.

Graphic: Mask Up Hoosiers


There are many things for individuals and businesses to consider as Indiana begins to lift restrictions. Find Indiana's plan at backontrack.in.gov, including helpful guidelines for businesses. You can find additional resources in WayNet's Health section. Remember - it's STILL important to wash your hands!

Photo: Queen Anne-style house with corner tower, located at 205 N. 11th Street, Richmond, Indiana

Starr Historic District

Wayne County has wealth of blessings when it comes to architectural beauties, but it is especially so in the Starr Historic District. Queen Anne, Italianate, Romanesque, Classic Revival and more can all be seen in this neighborhood which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Things To Do in Wayne County

Due to the unprecedented issues surrounding the COVID-19 response, many events have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the organization before venturing out.
Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!"Month View

Upcoming Featured Events


WayNet is Sponsored by:
City of Richmond, Indiana
Reid Health
We R Richmond - Richmond Community Schools
Morrisson-Reeves Library

Community Photo

More Photos:
Wayne County | WayNet Albums

Did You Know?

Richmond is home to TWO Egyptian mummies. One is located at the Wayne County Historical Museum and one is located at the Joseph Moore Museum on the Earlham College campus.