Year in Review, Part II

WITH THE RISING Missouri River on the left and the city's water supply on the right, Martin Solin tosses a sandbag to Kennen Hager. Volunteers place bags atop the wall to provide a few more inches of protection for Lexington's public water supply. Lexington is among several communities affected by flooding.

PART 2 OF 4

RICHMOND – Our issue-by-issue look back at 2019 community news continues with the year’s second quarter, when the worst of the flooding strikes... 

APRIL 2

• Orrick School District Superintendent Scott Archibald says the district seeks answers following a fire, including when school will restart.

• Richmond Fire Chief Lonnie Quick prepares to retire April 12 and talks about progress and leadership with incoming Fire Chief Mark Sowder.

LEARN MORE in Friday's Richmond News.

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