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Revisiting the Great Flood of 93

Revisiting the Great Flood of 93

July 12, 1993… “There was a frantic scene in (Hardin) as residents tried to escape with as many personal possessions as possible. Trucks, trailers, vans or anything else that would…

Richmond residents upset about use of alley

Richmond residents upset about use of alley

JOY TIPPING /Managing Editor Four residents complained to the Richmond City Council on Tuesday that CVS employees violate city rules routinely by parking in the alley between the pharmacy and…

Richmond Cemetery gets repairs; trustees request help for future maintenance

Richmond Cemetery gets repairs; trustees request help for future maintenance

JOY TIPPING/Managing Editor Using a small paper bowl and brush, Dave Snyder applies a coat of adhesive to part of a broken obelisk in Richmond Cemetery. After the adhesive sets…

County expects to Henrietta road work Friday

County expects to Henrietta road work Friday

JACK ‘MILES’ VENTIMIGLIA/Executive Editor Less than a quarter mile of road in the Henrietta area of Ray County, closed partially this week, is expected to reopen Friday, based on information…

Katrina Fulton pleads guilty to one count in December lockdown case

Editor’s note: The full version of this story, appearing in the Friday, June 29, 2018, print edition of The Richmond News, also details felony case against Ronald D. Hammond of…

Mermaid swims into American Celebration

Mermaid swims into American Celebration

JoEllen Black/Executive Editor Erika O’Shea probably has one of the world’s only jobs where she gets carried in to work each day by a pirate. O’Shea, who’s originally from Lawrence…

Casey’s robbery trial date moves

Casey’s robbery trial date moves

JOY TIPPING/Managing Editor The 8th Circuit Court pushed the trial of James Michael Miller, 24, one of three defendants in the Richmond Casey’s General Store robbery in Jan. 31, 2017,…

Henrietta plan regs related to water use, tiny houses

Henrietta plan regs related to water use, tiny houses

SHAWN RONEY/For The Richmond News Henrietta City Attorney Jennifer Baird plans to offer utility-related ordinances to the Board of Aldermen. The board, other city officials and residents talked for almost…

American Celebration schedule: June 29 at Southview Pool

American Celebration schedule: June 29 at Southview Pool

American Celebration runs from 5 to after 9:30 p.m. Friday at Southview Park, 333 E. South St., Richmond. (If rained out, it will occur on Sunday, July 1). The free…

Miles to Go: ‘Hello’ from new news guy in town

Miles to Go: ‘Hello’ from new news guy in town

JACK “MILES” VENTIMIGLIA/Executive Editor “Hello.” I’m Jack “Miles” Ventimiglia, the new guy at The Richmond Daily News and The Excelsior Springs Daily Standard. Whoa! Daily News? Daily Standard? They’re twice-weekly…

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