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Stanley stops short of software piracy accusation

Richmond councilwoman Terrie Stanley wanted some after-the-fact answers to a Richmond police mapping software question. When the answers Police Chief Terri McWilliams and City Administrator Rick Childers didn’t satisfy her,…

Here comes Santa Claus – jolly fellow visits Richmond Monday

Santa Claus will make his first appearance in Richmond at 7 p.m. Monday – but not by sleigh. Santa’s friends at the Richmond fire station will escort him by fire…

Saling pre-trial Nov. 23 for alleged Thomas kidnapping

A woman accused of kidnapping an Excelsior Springs woman with two other men has a new preliminary hearing date. Jennifer K. Saling, 21, Lathrop, made her first in-person court appearance…

Is Richmond REDI for economic development?

In economic development terms, no city is an island. That’s the one absolute, so far, that anyone takes away from any local economics discussion with members of Richmond Economic Development,…

A gem on the square ends an era Dec. 31

For a man who thought he would work until he died, Roger Kepple got a reprieve. Kepple has instead chosen a path a little less final: He is retiring as…

Henrietta weighs changes in meetings

Henrietta’s city council is trying to resolve some long-standing scheduling issues. But the same issues seem to keep blocking a move. Currently, Henrietta holds its monthly regular Board of Aldermen…

Laying down roots: Garden Club celebrates 60 years

“On Thursday, Nov. 17, 1949 at 1 p.m., at the Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Mo., a group of women (32 all told) met to organize a Garden Club. Mrs. Fred…

8th Circuit recipient of O’Toole award

Three figures of Richmond’s judicial system Nov. 10 accepted high honors from Missouri’s Supreme Court. Associate Circuit Judge Jim Thompson would say many more than the people handed the plaques…

School to refocus on students’ needs

Sunrise Principal Justin Mefferd and Richmond School District Curriculum Director Julie Stevenson addressed the issues surrounding low MAP scores in the district’s schools at the monthly board meeting in November.…

Henrietta mayor, Aldermen clash on city management

Henrietta Mayor Kelly Heber Saturday morning publicly addressed a suggestion the city’s Board of Aldermen remove her from office. Heber answered numerous criticisms scattered throughout the two-and-a-half hour weekend session.…