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Tax-credit program fuels Farris Theatre, art district

Like the rest of us, Friends of the Farris Theatre enjoys the restorative power of a good nap. Nothing more energizing, for instance, than the $750,000 the group raised from…

Goodall resigns from public works post

Richmond’s seven-month-long administrative turnover has continued, this time spilling over into the city’s public works department. Department head C.E. Goodall gave Richmond officials notice Tuesday that he will leave his…

District to borrow funds to meet payroll

While in graduate school earning his superintendent’s certification, Damon Kizzire was required to take one three-hour class in school finance. Looking back, it was scant preparation for what he encountered…

Championing Orrick parks

Two Orrick mothers – one an alderwoman, the other an active supporter of Orrick’s schools – say they’ve witnessed the city’s deteriorating parks long enough. Deb Moore is head of…

Championing Orrick parks

Two Orrick mothers – one an alderwoman, the other an active supporter of Orrick’s schools – say they’ve witnessed the city’s deteriorating parks long enough. Deb Moore is head of…

Richmond News to publish twice weekly

The Richmond News will follow a small-market newspaper trend by converting from its present daily print newspaper cycle to publishing twice weekly in print beginning Oct. 18, 2010. On that…

MoDOT in midst of Highway 13 projects

For almost a month, drivers traveling Route 13 through Richmond have met delays thanks to road resurfacing. MoDOT road crews have been busy on the stretch from Route 10 to…

City to consider closing North Plant

A suggested alternate wastewater project could provide Richmond some addition by subtraction. The city council has directed incoming Richmond City Administrator Ron Brohammer to begin exploring the possible elimination of…

Ray County’s Civil War past on display, reenacted Sept. 25

Planning for the reenactment of two Ray County Civil War battles began 11 months ago, a big investment of time considering how long the battles of Fredericksburg and Albany actually…

Route D to close for 2 months

The Route D bridge over Crooked River, traveled by nearly 1,200 vehicles a day, is scheduled to close on Monday. MoDOT will completely replace the 56-year-old bridge and that section…