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Police chief leaning toward keeping Estes

At least one Richmond Police dispatcher seems likely keep a job with the city. On Tuesday, Richmond City Council members appeared to come to terms with Police Chief Terri McWilliams…

Unemployment big factor for food giveaway

If the men and women passed cartons of food Tuesday rather than carry them, they would’ve resembled an old-time fire brigade. But it was hunger and not flames that motivated…

Edward Jones lot could become memorial garden’s new home

A vacant downtown Richmond lot has been proposed as the site of a permanent memorial to the city’s lost loved ones. Richmond contractor and engineer Royce Duffett thinks the 105…

Residents cope with no water, boil-order advisory

City crews have repaired a water main four times since it broke Thursday afternoon, according to City Administrator Rick Childers. But Richmond has a decision to make after some residents…

Nixon appoints McMahon as county prosecutor

Bryan K. McMahon was appointed Ray County Prosecuting Attorney by Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday. A resident of Orrick, McMahon has been serving as the interim county prosecutor since the…

Trans-Systems, advisory group review transportation

Richmond’s community and commercial leaders descended once more Thursday on Richmond City Hall for a second round of talks with mass transportation advisors. The team from TranSystems – project manager…

Digging into Ray County’s past

Charles McCorkendale and Don Rogers spent their childhoods in Camden, each with a line of family members who worked in the town’s coal mines. McCorkendale’s great-grandfather owned a mine that…

Stet patrons to vote on school bond issue

Giving it a “Cardinal fight,” Stet Schools has approved a ballot measure to increase the district’s tax levy in a special Feb. 2 election. Voters in the school district will…

City advocates industrial bonds for town’s growth

An industrial growth opportunity could place a new tool in Richmond’s economic development arsenal. City Attorney Chris Williams has asked the Richmond City Council to consider an economic-development financing mechanism…

PLAYING MUSIC BY LISTENING

It’s anybody’s guess how many people will be listening when Erik Pointer and River Cow Orchestra take the Farris Theatre stage on Friday, Feb. 5. But one thing’s for sure:…