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HAIL TO THE CLASS OF 2011

High school graduation brought the communities of Stet, Orrick and Hardin together over the weekend for a springtime ritual – the rite of passage for 2011 seniors. The ceremonies each…

Orrick BOE OKs principal search

Orrick School Board voted to begin the process of hiring a new elementary principal Thursday at a special session. Keri Cavanah handed in her resignation last week, accepting a position…

Talks of city’s water issues continue Friday

Discussion of three water-related issues – drainage problems on Wollard Street, possible repairs to the city’s animal shelter and a policy to allow residents to install storm tubes in front…

R-XVI Board OKs principal at school’s graduation

Richmond School Board has approved a request by a patron to allow Principal Karen Southwick to conduct the high school graduation ceremony Sunday, May 22. Superintendent Dr. Damon Kizzire said…

MoDOT plan cuts Richmond engineer’s offi ce

A plan to reduce the Missouri Department of Transportation’s work force, equipment inventory and property holdings was unveiled May 4 as a way to save $512 million over five years…

WORK UNDER WAY FOR HIGHWAY 13 BRIDGE

Photo PHOTO: The old 1931 bridge over Branch Creek is no more. MoDOT crews work on the site Wednesday, four miles east of Richmond on Highway 13. The road is…

WORK UNDER WAY FOR HIGHWAY 13 BRIDGE

Photo PHOTO: The old 1931 bridge over Branch Creek is no more. MoDOT crews work on the site Wednesday, four miles east of Richmond on Highway 13. The road is…

A fun time at the FUNgus festival

The weather for Saturday’s Mushroom Festival did more than cooperate; it made for a day that organizers only dream about. The bright sun and shirtsleeve weather brought out a steady…

Orrick police implement 8 policies

Orrick city attorney Kevin Baldwin said the city’s police chief is bringing department policies into the 21st century. Baldwin said that half-jokingly, but he is clearly impressed with the work…

A LOOK AT ORRICK R-XI NEW BOARD MEMBERS

Jenny Nail-Miller is one of two new board members recently elected to the Orrick Board of Education. Miller believes her background working in the social service fi eld gives her…