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Myra Ann (Jones) Hamann

Myra Ann (Jones) Hamann, 94, died Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, at her eldest daughter’s home in Springfield. She was born Oct. 22, 1919 to H.C. and Madge (Garrett) Jones in…

Deputies net 44 pounds of marijuana in bust

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News ay County Sheriff’s Department netted one of its largest marijuana busts in recent history. Deputies confiscated more than 44 pounds of marijuana – 25 pounds of…

Tradition of care for Orrick’s welcome garden

By David Knopf/Richmond News It’s the kind of thing people see so often they take it for granted. But not Judy Bruning, her husband Roger and members of the Orrick…

A weekend for hunters and shoppers

Opening of deer season signals many holiday events for this weekend  It’s deer not turkey that unofficially kicks off the holiday season in Richmond. The opening of deer season Saturday…

Flores brings musical magic back to Farris Nov. 16

By Sara Seidel/For The Richmond News Fans of Western swing fiddle music can share the magic when Bobby Flores takes the Farris Theatre stage Nov. 16. The Texas fiddle player…

Fill in your Readers Choice ballot

Readers of the Richmond News and Town & Country Leader East have until Friday, Nov. 15 to complete the Readers Choice ballot –in today’s paper on page 10. Readers Choice,…

Highway 13 coalition makes case to state commission

By Sue Sterling/Warrensburg Star-Journal Kansas City – Missouri Highway 13 Coalition Corridor Chairman Bill Bernier urged the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission to leverage “an already significant investment” in the…

Guest Opinion: Vets’ service deserves our continued gratitude

By Clint Zweifel Missouri State Treasurer When I first took office in 2009, I discovered previous administrations had been selling military medals found in safe deposit boxes held as Unclaimed…

Jason: Costume choices aren’t final until the 6-year-old butterfly comes to rest

By Jason Offutt The Girl danced through the living room. I wasn’t surprised; it’s her preferred mode of transportation. “I’m going to be a butterfly for Halloween,” she said, and…

Postcards: ‘Admiration’ for Cherokee woman led to swift justice for Sioux brave

By Linda Emley I’m always working on several Ray County stories at the same time and some days I have a hard time trying to decide which story is ready…