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Construction on fire station could begin soon

Hardin’s fire trucks could have a new roof over their hoods soon. Hardin City Clerk Patty Lam will send paperwork today to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the state’s…

Relocation idea does not sit well with Historical Society

The city of Richmond has added the Martin Family Cemetery to a list of projects seeking federal stimulus funding. City Administrator Rick Childers said this morning that the project was…

County strikes deal to house Carroll County prisoners

Ray County Jail in Henrietta will soon be home to Carroll County prisoners. Beginning March 1, Carroll County will start sending their prisoners to Ray County. Ray County Presiding Commissioner…

Numbers for heart disease in women on the rise

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women of all ages. The statistics have been around for some time, yet women continue to die from heart disease and…

Ground breaks next week in Richmond for new Taco Bell / Kentucky Fried Chicken r

A trip to the city is necessary if a craving for Taco Bell or Kentucky Fried Chicken comes over a Richmond resident, but that’s about to change. Next Thursday, Feb.…

City looks at new system for collections

In an effort to collect more revenue that is owed to the city, the Richmond Finance Committee will recommend to enter a contract with Collect-Tek for service. City Collector Marilyn…

Chamber to launch resident survey

Ten minutes of your time on Saturday, March 7 can help shape the future of Richmond. Members of the Richmond Area Economic Development Council will be conducting a telephone survey…

Future freshmen get introduced to high school

Richmond eighth graders and their parents were invited to a high school orientation at Richmond High School on Thursday, Feb. 12. The orientation was in the RHS Media Center, where…

Stroke screenings coming to Richmond

With American’s looking for ways to reduce healthcare costs and practice more prevention, one aid is coming back to Richmond. Stroke Detection Plus will make its first visit this year…

City still having problems with electronic meter reading system

The city of Richmond spent thousands of dollars on an electronic water meter reading system several years ago and some bugs still are not worked out. City Administrator Rick Childers…