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Fieldwork for city audit almost complete

Fieldwork for a citizen-driven audit on the city of Richmond is near completion, according to Todd Schuler, audit manager for the state auditor’s office in Kansas City. Senior Auditor Lori…

Case against Orrick officer continued

The Orrick Police Department will be without a chief of police for at least another 10 days. Circuit Court Judge David Busch continued the case against suspended Police Chief Troy…

Wrisinger files for change of venue

Attorneys for accused double murderer Ronald Wrisinger filed for a change of venue last week according to court records. A conference call was held with prosecutors and Wrisinger’s attorney John…

City to hold public hearing on partial closure of Cates Street

Changes might be coming to Cates Street that could make it a safer place – and a generally better one, city officials say. In the interest of safety and convenience,…

Details, details

Lavern Schlabach measures the distance between rows while Javen Yoder sets up chairs ahead of him Monday afternoon in the parking lot outside the Bargain Town store where the Bethel…

City optimistic about tackling stormwater issues

City officials are cautiously optimistic that a good chunk of the city’s most badly needed stormwater relief projects could be completed this year. The Richmond Finance Committee met Monday night…

Food preservation workshop next week in Richmond

With more people gardening than in years’ past, it is important to know how to preserve food safely, and whether the foods being preserved are more suited to canning or…

Nurses talk to Kiwanians about benefits of having hospice service

Sometimes it’s the conversation starter that is the hard part. Talking about death is not a comfortable subject for most, but when it comes to hospice care registered nurses Erika…

Grant money comes with some costs

Getting a grant can be a great thing, but as some are finding, strings can be attached. A hearty debate has been stirring over the last two months concerning a…

Henrietta fighting infiltration problems

Recent storms in May and now this month have officials in Henrietta scrambling to fix infiltration issues with the city’s sewer system. Rain storms cause thousands of extra gallons of…