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Kinnard cites community service as priority

Ward IV Councilman Rob Kinnard may be a new face on city council, but his image is a familiar one to Richmond residents. Kinnard, a 30-year city resident, has been…

Kitchen fire damages city home

A Richmond home sustained fire damage to the kitchen and smoke and heat damage throughout in a Tuesday fire. At 11:45 a.m., Richmond Fire and Police Departments were called to…

COUNTY VETERANS REMEMBER THE FALLEN

Photo PHOTO: World War II veterans George Brock, above, right, and Ken Holland join Ken’s wife, Edith, in a prayer at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony at Richmond Memory Gardens. The…

Richmond council OKs drainage tube policy

Ward III City Councilman Sam Coleman’s “no” vote wasn’t enough to convince the board to reconsider a new policy for installing residential drainage tubes in ditches along city streets. The…

Board member’s eligibility raised; Stucker resigns

Those attending the May 23 Orrick School Board meeting were in an uproar over the lack of public comment allowed for issues concerning the elementary curriculum, but the tension didn’t…

Ray responds to Joplin disaster

As LindyAnne Johnson and her husband Neil drove through Joplin streets with their 10-year-old son Dalton and a van full of supplies, they realized that following directions to the city’s…

No public comment angers school patrons

ORRICK – Nearly 65 people attended the monthly Orrick School Board meeting Monday night – about three times the usual number. The tension in the packed school library could have…

Donations sought for Joplin tornado victims

Richmond Fire Department is coordinating efforts with Richmond First Baptist Church and Richmond schools to distribute aid to victims of Sunday’s EF4 tornado in Joplin. Residents wishing to donate bottled…

18-year-old arrested in Pointer’s robbery

Richmond police have arrested an 18-year-old Richmond man for the May 13 burglary of Pointer’s Jewelers in Richmond. Bo Daniels Montes-Scogin was charged Friday with C felony burglary, C felony…

RED CARPET TREATMENT FOR RHS GRADS

Photo PHOTO: Richmond High School graduate Sara Ogan, center, stops for a moment during the graduation processional to get her photo taken by a family member Sunday at the 128th…