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Orrick gives homeowner 30 days to demolish

A public hearing was held Thursday night in Orrick to determine if a particular house is dangerous and should it be torn down. The Orrick Board of Alderman voted unanimously…

‘Need for change’ tour rolls through Missouri

An enthusiastic and festive crowd of Democratic supporters greeted Vice Presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday on the campus of William Jewell College in Liberty. Biden opened his speech by…

City will invest thousands of dollars on overlays in next year

The first major use on roads of the half-cent sales tax began on Friday morning when crews from Metro Asphalt rolled into town, closing off all of the downtown revitalization…

City drives Sonic onto Spartan Drive

It took a second go around, but the Richmond City Council cleared the way for Sonic to relocate to East Main Street and Spartan Drive. The council unanimously voted in…

Historic County Courthouse needs attention

The historic square in Richmond seem to be calling out for help. The most recent cry for attention came from the courthouse. Yesterday morning, as employees of the courthouse arrived…

A slice of pie and a song

What do pies and a high school choir have in common? Usually nothing, but in this case pies are auctioned off to raise money to help send the choir to…

Sonic sails through public hearing

Sonic is back and this time they’ve sweetened the pot. The Richmond Planning and Zoning Commission again approved the request by the owners of Sonic to rezone property located on…

Special-Ed test scores on the rise

Julie Harris, Richmond R-XVI School District Special Education Director, presented the school board with her annual report on the performance of the Special Education Department at last month’s board meeting.…

City considering lawsuit against engineer

Estimates are in and it is going to cost Richmond more than $21,000 to fix the air-conditioning and drainage issues associated with the new city hall project. The air-conditioning problem…

Harvest Time

Farmers throughout the county are focusing on getting their corn in, while watching carefully for any signs of an early frost that might adversely affect the soybean crop which is…