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We ran on the same Democratic ticket along with Byron Klute as mayor. I enjoyed running with Jack, as he was always on top of things, and he remained on top of things with great energy and knowledge for his district for 46 years.
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A 21-year-old Richmond man told authorities he fell asleep early Thursday morning before crashing through a street sign and the fence surrounding Cordell Municipal Pool in Richmond at the intersection of North West 13th and West Main streets, a report said.
A warrant service Wednesday afternoon on Richmond's near-north side led to the arrest of one man on a felony drug-dealing charge and three others on misdemeanor counts for visiting a common nuisance.
A cellphone video recording provided to police contained a confession by a teenage suspect in the murder of 17-year-old Caleb Woosley, court documents show.
Earlham College showcased its Randal R. Sadler Stadium for the first time this past spring.
A Richmond teen will face sentencing next week after pleading guilty Tuesday afternoon to charges stemming from the battery of two Richmond police officers last fall.
Concerts are planned this weekend ranging from country to gospel, jazz, blues and patriotic tunes.
The Richmond Board of Zoning Appeals will hear five petitions when it meets at 7 p.m. Thursday in Council Chambers in the city building, 50 N. Fifth St. * Leon and Dianne Juday are requesting a variance of use to convert the general commercial property at 3230 E. Main St. from outside storage to sales and outdoor display.
Longtime Richmond Common Councilman Howard "Jack" Elstro was laid to rest Tuesday.
Richmond's Skip Runnels is tied for 27th after two rounds of the Indiana Open at the Otter Creek Golf Club.
A fire in a garage on the 100 block of South Ninth Street was the work of an arsonist, Richmond Fire Department Deputy Chief of Fire Prevention Mike Davis said Tuesday.
A Richmond teen has been arrested on a preliminary charge of murder as police continue their investigation into the beating death of 17-year-old Caleb Woosley.
School supplies can be expensive for many families. According to the National Retail Federation, the average person with children in grades K-12 will spend at least $95 annually on school supplies such as notebooks, pencils and backpacks.
Kathleen Brock has experience working at a community college in transition. Brock, one of two finalists for the new position of campus president for Ivy Tech Community College in Richmond, is vice president of academic affairs at Minnesota State Community and Technical College -- an institution created by combining four smaller colleges.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 07:54 am
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