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Bi-partisan group grades local congressional leaders on veteran issues

A week after a partisan think tank released its results from a congressional grade card dealing with national security, a non-partisan group has released its grade card on veteran’s issues…

Having fun on a hayride

Fall weather has always been prime time for hayrides, chilly temperatures, hot chocolate and children. Yesterday, many students of Sunrise Elementary were rewarded with the quarterly Great Escape that rewards…

Obama campaign moves into Richmond area

With the election only six days away, the Barack Obama campaign is making a major push in the battleground state of Missouri. Last week, Obama campaign staff moved into satellite…

Skelton’s challenger faces tough battle

Many national pundits predict that the Democrats will pick up seats in the House and Senate a week from today. Others say some Democrats across the country are skating on…

Pumpkin art creating a buzz

Staff at Shirkey Nursing & Rehabilitation Center are amiably competing for first place in the annual pumpkin contest. Showing off their creativity, the entries vary from individual pumpkins to actual…

Overlays in downtown area scheduled to begin tomorrow

The city of Richmond is advising that street overlays will tentatively begin tomorrow as follows: Wednesday Stratton Ave.; Williams St., Stratton – South; W. Royle St., Thornton – Camden; Alley…

Henrietta may be forced to raise water, sewer rates

The City of Henrietta may have found some temporary solutions to some big problems, but the Missouri Department of Natural Resources isn’t helping. DNR has mandated that the town inspect…

Autumn’s Amber Fields

Late afternoon light radiated a golden glow on a soybean field against a backdrop of white farm buildings and a brooding sky – an ominous message that winter isn’t far…

Cities work together to solve stormwater problem

The city of Henrietta has asked for help and Richmond is responding. Henrietta has major problems with infiltration of their sewer systems when it rains. Typical daily use during a…

Richmond changes sign regulations

Businesses and organizations wanting to put up new signs have some new regulations to look at first. The Richmond City Council adopted new ordinances Wednesday night that regulate the size…