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Henrietta water woes on hold

Sometimes good news is worth waiting for. It was worth at least $35,000 to the Henrietta Board of Aldermen last week when city officials from Henrietta and Richmond finally sat…

Small town depends on craft fair

City officials are hoping the craft fair at the Henrietta Community Center this Saturday is a big hit because the city is depending on it. Henrietta Mayor Pro Tem Kelly…

Richmond School Board plans more construction

The Richmond School board is in the planning stages to begin construction on a multi-purpose building at Dear Elementary. Notified recently that they were a recipient of a SEMA sponsored…

A holiday classic

Rehearsals are underway at the Farris Theatre for the upcoming production of “Scrooge, the Musical.” Prepare to consider your own life choices as you follow Scrooge through his, and the…

Signs of the holidays

Decking the square with green and bows, The Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce geared up for the holiday season Sunday by wrapping the new lightpoles on the square with garland…

Huffman captured, more charges filed

The Lexington man wanted in several counties in Missouri for deceiving the elderly and swindling them out of money may need a calendar to keep up with his court dates.…

City may help with marker repairs

Some grave markers in the city’s cemetery may be getting a facelift next year. Under the direction of the cemetery board, the city council last week agreed to include a…

Richmond man accused of rape

A Richmond man is being accused of raping his 13-year-old daughter. Michael S. Crumble, 34, is charged with three felony counts stemming from an alleged incident at his home on…

Henrietta sewer rates likely to go up in January

Henrietta has followed Richmond’s suit and will vote to raise sewer rates next month to become effective in January. The Board of Aldermen held a public hearing on the matter…

Development period extended for Norborne power plant

Carroll County Commissioners and Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AECI) have signed a new economic development agreement, extending the development period of a Norborne power plant to 30 years. The agreement,…