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Guest Opinion – American Forum: Time for realism, not Scrooge, on minimum wage

By Camille Moran Let’s bring the spirit of Christmas to Congress. The last time the minimum wage went up was in 2009, and, as the owner of a Christmas tree…

State Representative weighs in no-call law, Boeing offer

By Rep. Joe Don McGaugh Nothing seems to be more annoying than to be actively involved with your daily life and be interrupted by the phone ringing only to find…

Norborne student Samantha Gibson earns MFB honor

A panel of judges selected Samantha Gibson of Norborne  and Mason Kiehl of Columbia as 2014 Missouri Farm Bureau Ambassadors during the organization’s 99th annual meeting Dec. 8 at the…

Books 4 Bikes program encourages reading, fun, exercise

Jo’s Jottings: Connie Taylor presents talks on new RC Women’s Resource Center

By Jo Ellen Dale Hope you are staying warm in this up-and- down weather.  On the news I see that we are in for more of the same. Well, it…

Current sheriff Garry Bush is the 46th in Ray County history

By Linda Emley This story is near and dear to me because it reminds me of what my life might have been like if I had chosen a different path.…

Ray Co. under freezing rain advisory Friday

The National Weather Service has placed much of northwest Missouri, including Ray County, under a freezing rain advisory 2 to 9 a.m. Friday, Dec. 20. The forecast calls for light…

Missing autistic teen found unharmed

After a 5-hour search Wednesday, law enforcement and emergency personnel located a missing 14-year-old unharmed. The teen boy, identified as being autistic, left his grandparent’s home where he resides around…

Dangerous driving, crash nets arrest

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News A Kansas City man was arrested by the Highway Patrol Wednesday after flipping his pick-up truck in a field and fleeing from law enforcement on Highway…

Meet the Need reach felt in Ray Co.

Non-denominational group’s primary focus is work assistance for northern Clay, Ray residents By David Knopf/Richmond News Kris Peoples and like-minded friends at a Lawson church wondered what they could do…