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Woodrail: Who’s responsible for sewer lines?

Once more Tuesday night, the residents of Richmond’s Woodrail subdivision had been added to the City Council’s agenda to seek a solution to their mounting sewer bills. City Administrator Rick…

Now showing: Ray County Humane Society now online

Over 300,000 pets across the country need homes, and potential local pet owners have a new tool to find a new pet for their family right beneath their fingertips. The…

Two injured in Wednesday wreck

A Richmond teen sustained moderate injuries Wednesday when her 1996 Ford Mustang was hit from behind. Shawnee S. Dravenstott, 18, of Richmond was transported to Liberty Hospital by Ray County…

Committee reviewing appeal process

The Richmond Ordinance Committee began early discussion Wednesday to strike a controversial provision from a city ordinance governing suspension, demotion or discharge of the city’s police chief. Committee members Terrie…

Cash for Clunkers boosting interest

Like any dealership owners, Swafford Ford co-owner Rob Swafford feeds his family mostly by selling brand new vehicles. The Cash Allowance Rebate System – or Cash for Clunkers – uses…

Curves of Richmond offers new location, deals at Open House

It’s a good time to be a woman at the Richmond Curves location. The gym on 717 E. South St. is part of a national chain promoting a fitness approach…

Counselor given approval to provide service at his home

With few negotiations needed, a Richmond man has received permission to begin providing counseling services from his home. Joseph Jacobson received early approval from the Richmond Planning and Zoning Committee…

Back to school: Richmond schools getting ready

The first day of school is coming quickly and there is still work to be done at each building in the district. The Dear Elementary campus has a newly seal…

Council approves street overlay project

The city’s infrastructure took center stage again, but Tuesday night’s Richmond City Council meeting focused on improvements rather than problems. The Council unanimously approved the selection of engineering firm Delich,…

Water issues plague Southview Park amphitheater

Late Tuesday afternoon, the rain fell – again – on Southview Park. More notably, it fell on the sign at the entrance announcing that another upcoming free concert at the…