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Fire Departments educate youth on fire safety, prevention

“Smoke Alarms: A Sound You Can Live With!” is this year’s official theme for the National Fire Protection Associations annual Fire Prevention Week, which started Oct. 3 and will continue…

Public safety to ask city for TASER repayment

The Richmond Finance Committee has gotten down to the particulars of funding TASER purchases by the Richmond Police Department. The Richmond Public Safety Committee recently asked that the council consider…

Skelton, Hartzler rebuff portrayal in campaign ads

Neither Rep. Ike Skelton nor Vicky Hartzler would say the other’s 4th District U.S. House campaign statements tell the full story. Skelton’s recent TV ads make statements questioning how devoted…

Group’s legislation goes beyond pets in other states

Although Missouri farmers and their elected officials are strongly opposed to Proposition B, most believe that the numbers – proponents’ advantage in urban voters and a sizable edge in campaign…

Hartzler takes swipes at Skelton in Richmond

For as often as 4th District U.S. House candidate Nancy Hartzler mentioned Speaker Of The House Nancy Pelosi Friday, it might’ve seemed like Hartzler was looking past defeating Ike Skelton…

Is the target ‘puppy mills’ or ‘factory farming’?

There’s no shortage of appealing races on the Nov. 2 ballot: Carnahan v. Blunt for U.S. Senate; Skelton v. Hartzler for U.S. House of Representatives; Nance v. Lanning for a…

Senior service corps reliant on volunteers

It’s natural that Richard Hulse would use the words of a song to sum up the rewards he gets in volunteering. Hulse, an Orrick resident and country-music performer, is a…

Inaugural class of Wall of Honor inducted Friday

The Richmond Education Foundation has chosen four Richmond-area individuals to be part of its inaugural Wall of Honor. These individuals are recognized as upholding the values, traditions and successes of…

E. Main and Institute signal could be changed

The traffic flow near Dear Elementary School may soon change if Richmond City Council supports a proposal to replace the current traffic lights with four-way stop signs. The council is…

Roof work under way as part of Shirkey renovation

The Shirkey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s $2.5-million retrofitting and renovation have hit the ground running. Administrator Chris Brown said he’s hopeful that if hurdles such as unpredictable fall weather and…