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Richmond lends helping hand to Henrietta for sewer issues

The cash-strapped town of Henrietta has found some financial relief for a sewer system that is draining its money supply. The Richmond City Council approved a contract last week that…

One person survives Henrietta fire

A fire in Henrietta took one life last Thursday night, but one inhabitant of the house survived. Donald Holloway was transported by Ray County Ambulance to Ray County Memorial Hospital…

Fire claims one life

A Henrietta woman has lost her life in a fire that destroyed her home Thursday night. Joyce D. Lane, 50, died at the scene after rescuers pulled her from the…

Digging in to a new business

Rain showers and cloudy skies couldn’t dampen the spirit yesterday morning in Richmond. City and business leaders joined in welcoming Richmond’s newest business owners to town with a ground breaking…

Water rates have some residents drowning

Richmond’s water and sewer line systems are old, worn down and some think expensive. Richmond Third Ward Candidate Terrie Lee Stanley addressed the Richmond City Council on Wednesday night to…

Schools train for intruder situations

The Richmond School District held an intensive training session last month to train school personnel on what to do in the event an active shooter entered a school. The one-day…

No action on request to continue sludge removal

For the second straight meeting, a request to enter into a contract to remove all liquid lime sludge at the city’s Water Plant went without action from the council. City…

Rocky Mountain oysters and fish fry Saturday

The Richmond Masonic Lodge Building Association is sponsoring a Rocky Mountain oyster and fish fry this Saturday, Feb. 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Eagleton Center, located…

A fresh look and added variety

Take a stroll down the aisles of the produce section at the Richmond Apple Market and you might think you’re in a different store. An additional 160 feet of space…

Council changes meeting night from Wednesday

Wednesday nights just became a little bit more free for members of the Richmond City Council. The council voted unanimously 7-0 to change the meeting night from Wednesday nights to…