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Rural Internet: a work in progress

Chris Clampitt and his family do a lot of living online. As with many families in America, it’s where life happens. His kids rely on it to get a lot…

Rite of summer: Richmond bands prepare for camps

Three summer band camps are planned for the month of July by new Richmond Director of Bands Jeff Clymore. The Richmond Middle School Band will meet July 6, 7, 9,…

Old West flavor part of Grand Opening festivities

“Good morning, sir, may I take your order?” asked the employee at Kentucky Fried Chicken/Taco Bell during the Grand Opening Saturday, June 27. “Hand over the chicken and nobody will…

Sims Order of Protection denied

Orrick Mayor Marilyn Butler was denied an order of protection ex parte Friday against Police Chief Troy Sims. Judge David Busch denied the order after two hours of testimony, bookended…

Orrick High School office undergoing renovations

The Orrick R-XI Board of Education met in regular session Monday, June 22. After calling the meeting to order, the board immediately went into closed session. After returning to open…

Investigators search former Ronald Wrisinger home

On Thursday, various law enforcement personnel walked through the house and around the property formerly owned by Ronald Wrisinger at the time his wife and daughter disappeared 23 years ago.…

City Council gets advice on labor negotiations

Richmond City Council received clarification and advice from Ivan Schraeder, labor relations attorney and expert in collective bargaining, about the Richmond Fire Department’s union at Tuesday’s meeting. The firefighters voted…

“Aye Matey!”

It’s obvious by pirate Parker Johnson’s expression that he does not believe the stowaway could possibly be a pirate. The Farris All Stars bring the characters to life In “Pirates,…

Dogs have town and owners growling

An Orrick family’s dogs have been the target OF a city police crackdown for repeated pet violations – and the constant citations have the family ready to bite back at…

DNR outlines upgrades to wastewater plants

Karl Fett, DNR regional director, spelled out the requirements and timeline for Richmond’s wastewater treatment facilities to comply by state and EPA standards at Tuesday’s city council meeting. Fett and…