Socialize

Facebook
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 4)

Significant improvement in city sewer operations, EPA says

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A wastewater system inspection report the Environmental Protection Agency issued for the City of Richmond is “light years better” than a report issued after an…

Hardin board selects Hales accounting for audits

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmone News Hardin has a new city auditor. During a special meeting that lasted less than 20 minutes last Wednesday at Hardin City Hall, the Board…

RCMH to invest $6.4 million in renovations, expansion

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Ray County Memorial Hospital is making a big investment, primarily in its emergency room services. Planned renovations will allow for more privacy to patients and will…

Nolker earns statewide honor as public administrator

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor It’s entirely fitting that a man being honored for his dedication to duty was late to the party. Under a best-laid plan, Gina Sands lured…

Council OKs ‘safe zone’ for child transfers, transactions

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Two sets of people – parents transferring children and other individuals conducting business transactions – will have a safe place to make those exchanges following…

City revamps rules to allow contractors use of compost site

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A proposal to expand services available through Richmond’s compost and brush site got the go-ahead at Tuesday’s city council meeting. The ordinance, approved by a…

Former Richmond student serving on R-XVI school board

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Jason Berning, 47, attended Richmond schools from kindergarten until he graduated high school in 1986. Now, he’s returning to the Richmond school district as a school…

Storm alert system in top shape

Fire chief emphasizes that ‘all-clear’ signals are a thing of the past With the spring storm season under way, emergency responders are reminding residents to be watchful – but reassured.…

After two-year project, Orrick rebuilds city park

Children who waited patiently are excited about equipment By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Two years after a tornado hit the city of Orrick, community members came together to rebuild…

Safety Day teaches area students valuable lessons

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer When many of us think of “safety,” we imagine boring rules and regulations or tedious training videos. But students who attended Progressive Agriculture’s Safety…