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Hardin board takes care of some ‘big stuff’

New rules for vacant building inspections, commercial and demo permits, nuisance regs By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News The Hardin Board of Aldermen has taken care of what board…

Renter pleads not guilty to setting apartment on fire

By Leah Wankum, Editor A Richmond woman charged with arson has pleaded not guilty in circuit court to setting fire to her apartment. Carolena D. Laguna, 36, was charged July…

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Moma’s: A family affair

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Moma’s: A family affair

Richmond welcomes new business; owners eager to contribute By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer Two of Richmond’s newest businesspeople flat out rave about their new hometown. They got a great reception…

Selection of Hardin-Central consolidation group underway

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Residents of the Hardin-Central C-2 School District are being picked to serve on a subcommittee to help examine the feasibility of consolidating with…

Veterans cemetery gets $1.8 million for expansion

Veterans cemetery gets $1.8 million for expansion

By Leah Wankum, Editor The veterans cemetery in Higginsville is getting a $1.8 million facelift, thanks to grant funding from the VA. Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II announced the Department of…

Orrick businessman wishing to open car lot in town

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Local Orrick businessman Randy Easley has sold his property along Highway 210 and hoping to open a car lot on Creason Street in Orrick. He…

16-year-old held in shooting

16-year-old held in shooting

Victim reported in stable condition; incident considered to be isolated By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A Richmond teenager was arrested after allegedly shooting a Lawson teenager in the back. Witnesses…

Say bye to Rayville City Hall?

Say bye to Rayville City Hall?

County officials talk demolition for vacant, vandalized building By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor The old city hall building in Rayville may be in its last days. After the town of…

Wentworth closure creates void for dual-credit option

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News When Wentworth Military Academy and Junior College closed in May, it left an academic void the Hardin-Central C-2 School District is still trying to…

New pit bull ordinance unveiled in Orrick

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer The revision of the pit bull ordinance was unveiled to Orrick’s Board of Aldermen on Monday night. At the August meeting, pit bull owner William Knutter Jr. brought…