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The healing power of horses

Horses have a long history of beauty and nobility, running wild and free, of performance in the arena and on the trail, and the heartwarming side when they nicker or…

City trash rates likely to increase

The Richmond City Council hasn’t changed its position greatly on a trash collection fee increase. The consensus seems to be that the fee is going up. Richmond’s Finance Committee met…

Hardin to reopen tree bids

The Hardin City Council will send a tree removal project back out for bids – and back to the bargaining table. The council looked poised to approve Branham Tree Service’s…

Recall on Infants’ and children’s Tylenol

Tylenol is voluntarily recalling certain lots of Children’s and Infant’s Tylenol products manufactured between April 2008 and June 2008. The statement released on Tylenol.com Web site reads: “The company has…

How-deeee, at “Yee Ha” in Richmond!

An enthusiastic “How-deeee!” from the back of the house announced the arrival of Minnie Pearl, played by Christie Sartain, at the Farris Theatre. As the beloved, frugal shopper made her…

Rate hike considered for worker benefits

The Richmond City Council looks to resume debating a cost hike for employee benefit contributions. Councilwoman Terrie Stanley has proposed a $100 per employee across-the-board monthly benefit contribution that covers…

Firefighters free horse from mud bog near Missouri River

After 30 minutes of trying to free the bay mare from the mud, Lexington Firefighters were called to Big River Ranch to help. It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon, perfect…

Union soldiers to get monument at site

A monument to the Union soldiers that fought at the Battle of Lexington during the Civil War will be dedicated Saturday, Sept. 26 at 2 p.m. on the battlefield, near…

Council, Police Chief hammer out 911 details

The changing face of Richmond’s law enforcement could go beyond 911 consolidation. The proposed consolidation of city 911 services with Ray County’s 911 Board has had a trickle-down effect. At…

Building code board approved

Richmond has its building code-review committee. The committee now has a lot to assess. Mayor Lance Green officially appointed the five-member committee – and one alternate, Craig Bruning – earlier…