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‘Quickest 9 years I’ve ever had’

‘Quickest 9 years I’ve ever had’

David Miller retiring as Eighth Circuit presiding judge By Richmond News Staff The past nine years Judge David Miller has presided over Eighth Circuit court have been the “quickest” he’s…

Condition of Valley Drive sparks ownership debate

By Leah Wankum, Editor Residents attending the Richmond City Council meeting last week expressed concerns about road conditions, sewer problems and fireworks displays. Richmond resident Sandy Burns said she was…

Extensive smoke, heat damage to Jeffrey Kyle’s

Extensive smoke, heat damage to Jeffrey Kyle’s

By the Richmond News Staff Jeffrey Kyle’s Restaurant is significantly damaged after catching fire late Sunday night. Firefighters and emergency personnel responded to the scene at 11:38 p.m. and have…

Mayor: New fiscal year ‘could be challenging’

By Leah Wankum, Editor Richmond’s new fiscal year, which began Saturday, Oct. 1, could be “more challenging” as city officials and councilors work to cut costs and operate more efficiently.…

A Survivor’s story

A Survivor’s story

Raped at 12 and introduced to meth by her mother, one woman shares how she broke the grip of addiction and reclaimed her life, future By Leah Wankum, Editor You…

Private airstrip to take flight?

Richmond council approves rezoning for airstrip in town; Pilot awaiting conditional use permit from P & Z By Leah Wankum, Editor Private airstrip idea taking off Council approves rezoning for…

Hurricanes may detour funds for building demolition

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Recent large-scale natural disasters, particularly those in the Southeast, have altered plans to demolish some vacant or neglected homes in Henrietta. This spring,…

Hardin-Central to host Q&A on possible consolidation

The Hardin-Central School District is hosting an informal question-and-answer meeting to discuss possible consolidation with the Norborne School District. An informal question/answer meeting on the possible consolidation will take place…

King’s legacy to county vets continues

King’s legacy to county vets continues

The late state legislator’s foundation now offers free transportation to county veterans to the VA By Leah Wankum, Editor The legacy of a well-known Ray County native, veteran and state representative…

Foley, Nordsieck answer call to serve Henrietta

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Henrietta has a full Board of Aldermen again. In recent years, Henrietta has struggled to fill all the seats on its six-member board,…