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Public works mulls city’s role with private property

A Public Works Committee discussion over whether a Williams Street residence should get the city’s help with stopping storm-water run-off into his yard might’ve been the central topic on Nov.…

Kepple will not seek re-election

Nearly a year into his professional retirement, Roger Kepple has decided he’ll call his Richmond political run a career. Kepple confirmed to Mayor Mike Wright, and Thursday to the Richmond…

GOIN’ TO THE DOME!

Richmond dethrones two-time champ Cassville and makes their way to the finals after 39 years Anthony Rowan (center), Coach Rob Bowers (right) and other teammates are ecstatic when Richmond stopped…

Allwood resigns as city finance director

Melanie Allwood has given Richmond City Administrator Ron Brohammer and Mayor Mike Wright her notice: she will resign as the city’s finance director effective Dec. 3. Allwood officially gave the…

Orrick BOE looks to past, present, future achievements

Orrick School Board members used their Nov. 15 meeting to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year, as well as look at what goals have already been reached this…

Expansion underway at McDonald’s

It’s hard to miss all the dirt work being done at Richmond McDonald’s and it’s just the beginning of the business’ most recent remodel. McDonald’s store manager Ronda Holland said…

Pep rally Thursday for Spartans

The public is invited to a community pep rally for Richmond Spartans at 7 p.m. Thursday on the north side of Ray County Courthouse. However, a lot of the fun…

City OKs Henrietta sewer contract

In the midst of Henrietta’s public works infrastructure woes, Richmond will continue helping to make their wastewater improvements possible. The Richmond City Council last week approved a third contract between…

Veterans’ impact recognized by city

City Administrator Ron Brohammer read a proclamation from Mayor Mike Wright declaring Nov. 8-12 Military Appreciation Recognition Days in Richmond. Tied to Veterans Day, the proclamation was issued “As an…

A slice of (pizza) heaven opens soon on the square

Tom Williams can only laugh when he thinks about how much Hometown Pizza’s new home would’ve cost if he hadn’t done most of the work himself. Williams, the city councilman…