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Framework lacking for city’s growth, study says

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Economic development matters, and Richmond is lacking a significant economic framework. That assessment came from Troy Nash, part of a team hired to provide development…

R-XVI OKs bid for RHS marquee

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI School Board has accepted a bid from Gator Graphics to build a message board in front of Richmond High School. Board members met…

Race ends for Dale; others narrow for November

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor One race for Ray County Commissioner was settled Tuesday, while another will just get started. Incumbent Allen Dale, who has served as Eastern District Commissioner…

Hoskins, VerDught to vie for 21st; Cleaver, Turk to match up again

By Sara Seidel and Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Voters across Missouri chose candidates Tuesday to compete in the general election Nov. 8. For United States Senator, against three other candidates,…

Old traditions, new practices mark primary

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A long day turned into a long night Tuesday for election workers and watchers when an equipment failure stopped officials from counting the ballots from…

Orrick R-XI approves criminal background check process

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Orrick R-XI School Board has approved a new procedure outlining how district officials will conduct background checks and secure the documents obtained through the process.…

Route T work set to begin

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Work to repair Ray County Route T, heavily damaged during heavy rains in spring 2015, should begin around Labor Day. Assistant District Engineer Chris Redline…

Communications tower gets ‘10-4’ from Richmond Planning & Zoning

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Three requests – including one that will enable construction of a 300-foot communications tower – got the okay from either the Richmond Planning and Zoning…

Former Shirkey manager loses lawsuit

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A former manager at Shirkey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has lost a discrimination lawsuit against the facility. Dianna Price was a Shirkey unit coordinator…

Herring named Anderson’s successor on Hardin board

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Hardin Mayor Bob McCorkendale believes Nancy Herring will be a good fit to fill the Board Aldermen seat left by Janice Anderson’s recent death.…