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Dorton pleads quilty, awaits sentencing

By David Knopf/News Editor A Richmond man charged in January 2013 with fracturing his mother’s skull pleaded guilty Tuesday to two felonies, likely avoiding a jury trial in the long-running…

Council opts to delay tax measures

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer The word “tax,” along with all the connotations that word delivers, won’t trouble Richmond voters in November. At a special meeting Monday night, the Richmond City…

No worries when you’re on the road with Virgil’s

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Virgil’s is on the road again in mid-Missouri. With Richmond native Newt Hamacher at the helm, the new cab and limousine company is transporting patrons in…

City adopts modest budget for fiscal year 2015-16

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The budget for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1 is ready for the City of Richmond. Following a hearing Tuesday night, the council approved…

New judge, venue for couple charged in child’s death

By David Knopf/News Editor Dennis and Rebecca Matthews, charged in 2012 the abuse and subsequent death of their infant daughter, have a new judge, a new venue and new trial…

Loan likely for Orrick utility improvements

By David Knopf/News Editor To say that breakdowns, service calls and repairs drain Orrick’s water and sewer accounts, would be a play on words. But it would accurately describe how…

Derstler purchases, upgrades Concordia store

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff With an upsurge in activity among businesses within the Richmond city limits, one local business is expanding its efforts beyond the city’s borders. Darrell and…

Meningitis scare arises, abates at Hardin-Central

A possible case of meningitis was reported late last week at the Hardin-Central school district, but by Monday morning, concerns eased. Supt. Michael Cohron and Ray County Health Department Director…

Rain delays Henrietta sewer project

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News This year’s above-average area rainfall continues to work its way into the conversations at Henrietta City Hall. For more than 30 minutes of last…

Two factors fuel Orrick enrollment dip

By David Knopf/News Editor Initial enrollment figures are down for Orrick schools, news Monday that brought discussion about the financial impact and the need to attract new students. The combined…

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