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Norborne pulls together with help of neighboring towns

“In Norborne we pull together, no matter what,” said Jessica Miller, president of the Norborne Fire Department Auxiliary. “Once we got over the initial shock, we got to work.” According…

KFC/Taco Bell Grand Opening this Saturday

A combination of the old west, a Mexican fiesta and a hometown festival are in store for area residents at the Richmond KFC/Taco Bell’s grand opening this Saturday. Festivities begin…

“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…

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…

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…