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Ceremony presents new RHS marquee

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Community members and district staff gathered Wednesday evening to officially unveil the new Richmond High School marquee, which was built with the help of donations from…

Absentee voting begins Sept. 23

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Voters who wish to vote absentee for the November elections may do so beginning Tuesday, Sept. 27. If they do, however, they might get a…

Budget gets council approval

Economic development spending gets scrutiny By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A budget that reflects revenues and expenses of almost $9.3 million is in place for Richmond’s coming fiscal year. After…

R-XVI board OKs $142,350 bid for RHS parking lot

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI School Board accepted a $142,350 bid from Paradise Asphalt to pave a parking lot southwest of Richmond High School. The bid from Paradise…

Water bill woes

Richmond couple questions high rate; blame sinkhole By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor New Richmond residents, dismayed by high water bills, took their case to the Richmond City Council earlier this…

Ghost Road?

Unused stretch of Highway T looks desolate as officials consider changes to repair project By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor You’ve heard of a ghost town. Well, in Ray County, there’s…

SRO on duty while R-XVI, city finalize contract

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The school resource officer is monitoring halls and activities in Richmond’s school buildings this year, while an official agreement detailing his responsibilities is in the…

Security upgrades approved for R-XVI schools

Additions include cameras, secure entryways and radios By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI school board has approved the purchase of additional cameras, secure entryways and radios to…

Hardin-Central’s budget ‘right on track,’ superintendent says

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News The Hardin-Central C-2 School District has started off the school year on good financial footing, according to Superintendent Trey Cavanah. As part of his…

Orrick approves trash fee increase

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Orrick has increased its monthly trash fee by $1.60 per household, from $9.12 to $10.72. City officials said the increase accounts for administrative costs that were…