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Henrietta receives $432,500 for water line upgrades

Henrietta Mayor Kelly Heber wasn’t the first to get the news, but it didn’t dampen her excitement. Months after applying, the city learned Thursday that the Missouri Department of Economic…

Past ‘lack of ethics’ sparks Lacy to seek council seat

Marshia Lacy has spent the last four years calling Richmond home. It’s been a comparatively short chapter in a life-long story. Lacy would like to write the next chapter as…

Native of Richmond helping to find U.S. homes for Iraq’s unwanted

Brooke Ahart wants to bring her new friend home. They’ve bonded in a way that would be easy here, but almost unavoidable in a war zone 6,000 miles away. A…

Council OKs disinfection engineering for plant

After some initial protest and debate, Richmond City Council will let wastewater treatment repairs take an important first step. The council unanimously approved an agreement between Mayor Lance Green and…

Probe clears ex-chief of wrongdoing

A Missouri Highway Patrol investigation into former Orrick Police Chief Troy Sims has concluded that Sims broke no law. The investigation by Highway Patrol Sgt. Scott Nace that started in…

State denies funding for Keeney Creek

Efforts at solving flood problems along Missouri Highway 210 received a critical blow Monday. Ray County Commissioners received a letter from Missouri’s Department of Economic Development this week. Signed by…

State denies funding for Keeney Creek

Efforts at solving flood problems along Missouri Highway 210 received a critical blow Monday. Ray County Commissioners received a letter from Missouri’s Department of Economic Development this week. Signed by…

Richmond audit almost finalized

Todd Schuler, of the state auditor’s office in Kansas City, said Richmond’s citizen-driven audit is nearly finalized. Schuler said he will contact the city to set up a closed-session meeting…

Barn, contents gutted; 150 chicks killed

Shannon Wollard was ready for a relaxing bath when her husband James took a look outside. “I had one foot nearly in the tub when he yelled fire,” she said,…

Water lines could be added to Wollard project

As long as Wollard Boulevard is about to receive a facelift, Richmond city officials want to see what can be done beneath the surface, too. City Administrator Rick Childers suggested…