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CENTURY MILESTONE FOR DAR CHAPTER

A little over 100 years ago, a group of Richmond women met at the former Richmond Hotel at East Main and Thornton, now the site of Bank of America. Their…

Traffic-flow experts unveil findings to council

Proposed solutions unveiled Tuesday by TranSystems address some of Richmond’s more frequent traffic issues. TranSystem representative Sara Clark, alongside fellow team members Jeff McKerrow and Sarah Cross, presented remedies to…

Few takers for sewer bond informational session

After two sparsely attended informational sessions, Richmond officials have one last opportunity on April 1 to rally support for their $5.1-million wastewater bond. Sunday’s guided South Wastewater Plant tour might’ve’…

Hardin council gets proposed budget

The city of Hardin postponed action on its 2010-11 budget Thursday to give city council members time to review the figures. Preliminary figures proposed by City Clerk Patricia Lam show…

Supporters urged Gorham to run again

Beverly Gorham loves public service just enough to come back for more. Current Ward II councilman Roger Kepple unseated Gorham in April 2009. She thought she was done after that.…

Contractor, council debates heat up on building codes

The Richmond Ordinance Committee’s first talks with the city’s building code review committee Tuesday went about the way code discussions typically go. One issue always impacts another; one party’s issue…

Farris and friends remember Don Jackson

It’s unlikely that Richmond native Don Jackson will be forgotten any time soon. All residents have to do is look at the Farris Theatre to remember him. At 7:30 p.m.…

Students see real-life peril of drinking and driving

Richmond High School Principal Karen Southwick and presenter Jeremiah Newson introduced Wednesday’s Save-a-Life Tour stop without sugar coating. “This is a serious assembly about drinking and driving,” Southwick said. “If…

Police Chief sues Richmond City Council

Nearly nine months after voting to fire Richmond Police Chief Terri McWilliams, Richmond City Council is still feeling the fallout. And, it may soon feel it in court. McWilliams filed…

Dover exits Orrick, joins RHS

The Orrick School Board announced Monday night that Principal Brock Dover will resign, effective when his contract ends June 30. Dover is responsible for grades 7 through 12. “I appreciate…