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Completion of Route T repairs delayed to January

By Leah Wankum, Editor  Completion of repairs to Ray County Route T will not be completed in early December as expected. That is the latest from Chris Redline, assistant district…

Court adds 6 more years to Matthews’ sentence

Recent sentence finds alligators, snakes in home posed danger to children By Jason Beets, Staff Writer A Richmond mother received a six-year prison sentence for child endangerment by exposing her…

City’s fire rating improves to top 10 percent nationally

By Leah Wankum, Editor Just two months after Richmond received an improved fire protection classification rating, the city has earned an even better rating. The city’s new ranking – Class…

New salon in town offers spa experience

By Leah Wankum, Editor If you want to try six types of massages in an hour, you could probably get that done at the new salon and spa in Richmond.…

Can Henrietta fill 5 vacant seats in April?

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News In April 2017, Henrietta will have five seats on its board vacant – and during the Nov. 19 Board of Aldermen meeting at…

Father dealt life sentence in baby daughter’s death

Matthews given the longest sentence allowed under state guidelines By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A Richmond man received a life sentence for the death of his 3-week-old daughter, and…

8 vs. 11

Orrick AD makes case for 8-man move; board to ask for patrons’ input at January meeting By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer The Orrick School Board is revisiting the idea…

Army ‘elves’ bustle to sort contributions

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Santa’s not the only guy who’s supremely busy right now. At the Salvation Army in Richmond, workers and volunteers are knee, hip, elbow and shoulder…

No injuries reported at city house fire

Richmond Fire Department was called to a structure fire at 7:17 p.m. Nov. 23 in the 100 block of Hill Street in Richmond. Upon arrival, fire crews discovered a single story…

It’s official: transportation tax a permanent funding source

CITY OF RICHMOND By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Richmond now has permanent revenue stream coming from a half-cent sales tax to fund transportation infrastructure projects. The half-cent sales tax measure won…