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Farmers market remains downtown

After some debate, it looks like the Richmond Farmer’s Market will likely stay downtown. At two May meetings, Richmond City Council and Community Development Director Lisa Hastings discussed whether Southview…

City, mayor make board changes

Tuesday evening shook up and shifted several Richmond boards and committees. Mayor Mike Wright made, and the Richmond City Council approved, appointments that changed the city’s Parks, Police Personnel and…

Area residents take part in health screenings

Early detection of risk factors for stroke, abdominal aneurysms, vascular disease and osteoporosis brought between 40 to 50 area residents to a Richmond bank for testing on Tuesday. A team…

Council strikes down tradesmen licenses

A long-standing argument took a step toward being settled Tuesday. The city of Richmond will no longer license the city’s electricians and plumbers. That’s the new policy handed down by…

Deluge of rain hard on roads, motorists

Wood Heights maintenance man Hershall Gray was patching chug holes Tuesday when rain started falling. Then it became heavy, then heavier still. Then grape-size hail began to fall. “I’ve been…

R-XVI Board to meet in closed session again on Thursday

Richmond School Board has scheduled its second-consecutive Thursday evening closed session for May 27 at 6:30 p.m. The board will meet in open session at the administration building, 1017 E.…

6 percent cuts OK’d to counter city’s budget shortfall

Richmond City Council met Tuesday evening at Richmond City Hall for a regularly scheduled session. Before entering its regular open session, the council held a 5 p.m. closed session to…

Robins status part of closed-session talks

Thomas Mickes, an attorney with the St. Louis firm Mickes Goldman O’Toole, said he anticipates that Richmond Superintendent of Schools Jim Robins will remain in his job through June 30,…

KC, Richmond audit firms vie for city contract

Richmond will have two firms vying to complete the city’s 2010 financial audit, including its current auditor. The city requested proposals from four Kansas City-area firms recently for the 2010-12…

Slow-moving vehicles may become street legal in Richmond

Some slower-moving vehicles could soon become more welcome on Richmond’s roadways. Richmond City Council members — under the advice of several citizens and ordinances drafted but never passed by previous…