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He was baptized at a young age at Second Baptist Church by Rev. F.W. Weathers. He wed Bernadette Allen Stover on June 20, 1981.
She took her official oath in private Monday before a public swearing in ceremony at the Statehouse.
Pair of Richmond men arrested in burglary Two men were arrested Thursday on possession of stolen property charges.
RFD will not bid on county ambulance service Richmond fire officials say expansion wouldn't be prudent for the department.
Upcoming public meetings on WGTV Public meetings to air on Whitewater Community Television's WGTV cable Channel 11. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/VLeEge The following are public meetings to air live or in replay on Whitewater Community Television's WGTV cable Channel 11. a IN-Focus 8 a.m., 1 p.m. a IN-Focus - 6 p.m.
Union Co. has options for ambulance service Officials likely will have several choices for short- and long-term ambulance service.
He was born on May 11, 1924, to the late Luther and Della Northington. Luther was born and raised in Adams, Tennessee, and had attended Lincoln High School in Evansville, Indiana.
Richmond man's luck in eluding police runs out William A. Scalf arrested after avoiding authorities for weeks.
Sewer overflow alert issued The Richmond Sanitary District has issued a combined sewer overflow alert for Richmond.
Thanks for making library's Big Birthday Bash a big success Thanks for making library's Big Birthday Bash a big success.
<![CDATA[Kip Coates Richmond, Ind. - Kip Coates, 52, of Richmond, passed away at his home. Kip was born on November 28, 1961 in Richmond to Bill and Karen Schultz Coates. Kip graduated from Northeastern High School in 1980. Kip studied at Purdue University and was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He graduated from Purdue in 1984 with a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering and immediately began a career at Belden in Richmond, where he was a member of the 25-Year Club. Kip enjoyed the love and support of his family, being a loving Uncle to Kayla and Molly, and the love and support he received from his Greens Fork Christian Church family. He enjoyed trap shooting, fishing trips to Canada and a good round of golf. He also volunteered at Help The Animals in Richmond. Kip will be missed by his mother, Karen Bryan (Duane); father, Bill Coates (Brenda); brother and sister-in-law, Rick and Carolyn Coates; and nieces, Kayla and Molly Coates. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm on Thursday, August 21, in the Greens Fork Christian Church, 116 East Pearl Street (State Road 38). Interment will follow in Fairfield Cemetery near Greens Fork. Family & friends may gather for visitation from 11:00 am-1:00 pm on Thursday, August 21, at the church. Memorial contributions may be given to Help The Animals, 2101 West Main Street, Richmond, IN 47374. Online condolences may be expressed at www.smithmcquistonwebster.com .
Preserve Richmond welcomes guests, authors The group's annual meeting that features four local authors is open to the public.
Cahill opens new round in blight fight Man once again challenges city of Richmond's insistence he repair or remove two homes.
RPD bests RFD in blood-drive challenge The Cuffs and Ladders Blood Drive trophy for 2014 went to the Richmond Police Department.
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