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Speakers defend pit bulls, ask for Richmond ordinance change

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Pit bulls deserve a reprieve – or at least should no longer be singled out as a breed banned from Richmond city limits. Three women…

R-XVI considers teacher development proposal

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI School Board is currently considering two proposals that would encourage teachers to attend professional development conferences and to take additional college courses. Superintendent…

Area woman charged with 24 forgery counts

Alleged victim is nursing home resident By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Richmond woman has been charged with 24 counts of forgery as well as identity theft and fraudulent use of…

Drunk driver charged with involuntary manslaughter

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Richmond man is charged with involuntary manslaughter for a vehicle crash that took place while he was intoxicated and resulted in the accidental death of…

Monthly Hardin Days offers farmers market, vendors

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News Hardin resident Lori Boydston felt that her community “needed something to help revitalize it and get more people interested in our town again.” And…

It’s sad to see old oak come down

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The bigger they are, the sadder it is when they have to come down. A giant oak tree in the back yard of a Thorton…

Orrick to analyze service fees

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer An inquiry into the cost of trash service is prompting Orrick City Clerk Deanna Hufford to prepare a financial report showing how the city’s expenses are…

Henrietta setting up planning and zoning board again

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Henrietta has a planning and zoning board again. Late in its June 9 meeting at Henrietta City Hall, the Board of Aldermen voted to…

Yellow lines to get fresh coat of paint in Richmond

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The faded, chipped yellow lines marking parking spaces and travel lanes on streets and lots around parts of Richmond will soon be bright and clear…

Jay Ashcroft jumps into political arena

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor An outsider with an insider’s upbringing relishes his role as an outsider as he jumps into his first political race – and it’s a big…