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Auditors: City’s finances ‘heading in right direction’

Rick Westbrook, owner of Westbrook & Co. PC, told Richmond City Council the city’s finances were “heading in the right direction,” at last night’s council meeting. Westbrook’s company conducted the…

Zoning approves counseling service request

A Richmond man cleared an early hurdle to providing mental health counseling services, but doesn’t expect it to be the last. Social worker Joseph Jacobson made his case Monday night…

Housing Authority treated to block party this Saturday

The Richmond Housing Authority and Darneal Court invites their residents and friends to attend a block party from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday at Darneal Court. Through the…

Westbrook to present audit at Tuesday’s council meeting

After months of waiting, the Richmond City Council will finally get what they’ve been asking for – a financial audit. Westbrook & Co. P.C. will present the audit to the…

Second oldest Wal-Mart employee in America works in Richmond

You might recognize Wal-Mart greeter Charlie Terry and his friendly smile. He’s been with the company since it opened its doors at the current location. What makes him so special?…

Trial for accused rapist postponed again

Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Walden declared a mistrial in the case of accused rapist Tim Coleman yesterday after a potential juror was seen talking to a witness that…

Chiefs make arguments against combining 911

Richmond Police Chief Terri McWilliams and Fire Chief Lonnie Quick want a central dispatch. Just not the way it’s currently set up. The Richmond Finance Committee met last night to…

Strike up the Richmond Band for a new director

Richmond band students and new Director of Bands Jeff Clymore will be getting to know one another better as they enter summer band camps next month. Clymore met with the…

Council may revisit church rezoning issue

The Richmond City Council may revisit a rezoning request after voting it down two weeks ago. The Lighthouse Baptist Church on North Main Street had requested to rezone an old…

President approves disaster relief for Ray County

President Barack Obama issued a disaster declaration for Ray County and 45 others in Missouri impacted by early spring storms and flooding. The declaration, requested by Gov. Jay Nixon May…