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Public Works approves ‘must do’ repairs on Wastewater Plants

Two presenter boards – one listing the ‘must dos’ and the other listing ‘other needs’ – spelled out the costly choices to improve both of the city’s water treatment facilities…

Citizens ask for more voice, input

A few Richmond citizens once more made their presences felt, prior to the third Richmond City Council closed session in nine days, on Thursday evening. Mayor J. Lance Green called…

Hardin street tax on ballot

A new property tax issue to improve Hardin’s streets will find its way onto the city’s November ballot. The proposal adds on a $0.30 per $100 of assessed value to…

New Sonic open for business

It’s been a facelift, months in the making, for America’s Favorite Drive-In. Wednesday morning, the new Sonic location at the intersection of Spartan Drive and West Main Street opened for…

Get out and go in Ray County this weekend

Ray County is rocking, rumbling and feasting this weekend and it all starts tonight. There’s something for everyone. Get out and enjoy the nice weather and the festivities. “The Actor’s…

Park Board to review Master Plan

The Richmond Park Board’s August meeting might represent a turning point in how it begins planning its future. The meeting will be the first to extensively discuss its Master Plan,…

House Bill 132 passage changes laws on liquor sales

On July 2, Governor Jay Nixon approved House Bill 132 that will change the laws regarding the sale of liquor in the state. At least one Richmond resident is happy…

McWilliams reinstated – The question still remains: Who has final say – City Cou

Terri McWilliams’ reinstatement might end up raising as many questions as it answers. A five-member Richmond Police Personnel Board panel voted unanimously Tuesday evening to reinstate the embattled Richmond Police…

Richmond BOE debates funding of school resource officers

With the possibility of no School Resource Officers (SROs), or just one for the 2009-2010 school year, the issue was discussed at the monthly board meeting held last night at…

By the Numbers: Council delves into annual audit

Where does the city financially stand? That was a theme of last night’s question and answer session with CPA Rick Westbrook, Finance Director Melanie Allwood and the Richmond City Council.…