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Leader evaluation program gets high grade from principals

By David Knopf/News Editor Principals for the elementary and high school grades in Orrick presented an upbeat report Jan. 19 to the school board on an assessment program geared to…

Commissioners fine tuning county budget

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Ray County’s commissioners are going to miss a deadline, but only because the task at hand is complicated and significant. The county budget was due…

Sheriff’s department pledges funding for Orrick R-XI police officer

By David Knopf/News Editor Ray County Sheriff’s Department has pledged around $820 to help train Orrick’s school resource officer how to respond to an active shooter crisis and other emergencies.…

Partners (and buddies) in fighting crime

Richmond’s newest police officer joins department veteran in searches for drugs, missing people By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff On Tuesday, Richmond’s newest police officer whined during a press interview and…

Council focuses on water well issues

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer For the second time since October, a motor blew at one of the wells that pumps water to Richmond residents. “Another power outage burned another motor,”…

Suspicious-activity call leads to Richmond drug charges

By David Knopf/News Editor The police investigation of a report of suspicious activity led to the arrest late last month of an 18-year-old Richmond man on assorted drug charges. Skyler…

‘Junk’ or treasures? It’s all there

By David Knopf/News Editor Ted White calls himself a connoisseur of junk. But those who drive by his auto repair shop on West Business 10 – or are lucky enough…

Oil dump in Orrick takes toll on sewers

By David Knopf/News Editor The City of Orrick is awaiting a response from a business it believes dumped contaminated petroleum products in the sewer system, contributing to more than $24,000…

Henrietta police force expansion under way

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Officers Richard Pacheco and Branden Williams are quickly pursuing their goal of beefing up the Henrietta Police Department with a corps of reserve officers.…

Repair plans under way for Route T

Closed stretch between Camden and Fleming could be repaired and opened by end of year By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Officials are calling it “good news:” Repairs to Ray County…