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Local officers escort bike run to aid police funerals

Two Dems vie for Eastern County Commissioner

Editor’s Note: Richmond News will feature candidates in contested Aug. 2 races in upcoming editions. Today, we feature Eastern County Commissioner candidates. In Friday’s News, candidates for Ray County Sheriff…

Readers invited to submit questions for candidate forum

Candidates answering questions will be the order of the evening Thursday at the Candidate Forum at the Farris Theatre in Richmond. The public is invited to attend the forum, which…

Courtesy notices intend to inform, not threaten, administrator says

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Although the city’s courtesy notices regarding nuisance vegetation are annoying or insulting some of the residents who receive them, that’s not the intent. “They are…

Nuisance ordinance dissent resurfaces

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The notice the City of Richmond sends to tell property owners telling them of nuisance vegetation violations appears to be a nuisance itself. Homeowners who…

Council deletes pit bull language in ordinances

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor An ordinance prohibiting Richmond residents from owning pit bulls is history. Instead, existing ordinances covering any vicious dog, without naming a specific breed, is now…

Cavanah assumes H-C superintendent role

New superintendent expresses thanks to board, staff during BOE meeting By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News For his first Hardin-Central Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Trey Cavanah felt that some…

COMMUNITY COOKOUT, RIBBON CUTTING FOR PHARMACY’S GRAND OPENING

Richmond man killed in vehicle accident

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A Richmond man was fatally injured in a single-vehicle traffic accident July 10 in Clay County. Luke A. Hubbard, 19, was a passenger in a…

Times captured

Edgy meets classic in portraits and studio By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor It may seem odd to say, but photographer Melinda Macey doesn’t take pictures. “A picture is a snapshot…