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Time to schedule Kindergarten screenings

The Richmond School District is now scheduling kindergarten screening appointments for children that plan to attend kindergarten for the 2009-2010 school year. The screenings will be held at the Ray…

City inches closer to deal with collection agency

The city council is moving closer to an agreement with a company to perform collection services for the city. Per the agreement the city would pay Collect-Tek $3,700 to collect…

Stucker updates Orrick school board on legislative issues

The Orrick Board of Education met in regular session Monday evening, Feb. 23, with funding leading the discussions. Superintendent Marcus Stucker had recently attended the MSBA Legislative Forum. The economy…

City considers restrictions for new parking lots

Some of the city’s new parking lots are attracting some unwanted attention. City Council members on Tuesday night briefly discussed an ordinance to restrict use of some parking in the…

RHS Technology Class creating a buzz

“It took two years of meetings for parent/community relations,” said Richmond High School Principal Karen Southwick, as she proudly introduced students from Robbin Cole’s Web Page II class to the…

Missourians will have to decide whether or not they want a lifestyle change or

JEFFERSON CITY – Recovery Act of 2009 funds are headed for Missouri highways, but the funding may be masking a bigger issue. Missouri Department of Transportation Chief Engineer Kevin Keith…

Richmond high-schoolers awarded for academics

With the main level of the Farris Theatre full of family and friends on Monday, March 9, and the balcony still filling when the Richmond High School Academic Celebration &…

Local MoDOT projects of interest moved to back burner

JEFFERSON CITY – Highway projects important to local commerce may have to wait a while before dirt starts moving. Initially, the Missouri Department of Transportation included the widening of Route…

Spiers may step down from council seat in coming weeks

Keeping a full eight seats filled has been a challenge for the Richmond City Council the past several months and is again an issue. First Ward Councilman Scott Spiers has…

Council debates private sewer issue

City staff has answered some of the many questions surrounding a private sewer line underneath Franklin Street, but many still remain. City Administrator Rick Childers told the Richmond City Council…