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SQUARE’S CROWN JEWEL SHINES

Officeholders join to purchase and place new decorations with historic feel Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The saying “Everything old is new again” takes on holiday meaning when it comes to…

Missing horse investigated as theft

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor The horse reported stolen last week in Ray County is still missing. Dodge is a 1-year-old sorrell crossbred pony who was last seen Nov. 30.…

Kansas man gets 9 years in armed encounter

Rural Lawson victims said they were in fear for their lives By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Kansas man received a nine-year prison sentence after allegedly threatening to kill the residents…

Substance treatment services near home

Tri-County offers treatment for local youth in Richmond By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Ray County adolescents can now seek treatment and advice for substance use and mental health in Richmond,…

Two charged with arson in Hill St. house fire

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor Two Richmond men were arrested and charged with arson nearly a week after they set their house on fire. Lonel E. Hawkins, 35, and Joseph…

‘A date which will live in infamy’

Vet returns to Pearl Harbor where he served in WWII By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A rural Richmond World War II veteran will be returning to Pearl Harbor this…

Helping hands for Hardin fire victims

Community rallies for family following fire in Hardin By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Writer The Hardin community is helping one of its own following a house fire Dec. 1. Hardin…

Orrick woman identified in fatal Thanksgiving weekend accident

A woman killed in a Sedalia vehicle accident over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend was identified. Sandra K. Waters, 65, of Orrick, was identified as the victim in a Missouri State…

Polley Funeral Home building up for auction

By Sara Seidel/RIichmond News Staff Writer The former Polley Funeral Home is for sale again. Owner Christopher E. Powers, an attorney who invests in real estate and who bought the…

HUNDREDS USHER IN SANTA AT PARADE

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Hundreds of people filled Richmond’s town square for an evening filled with Christmas festivities Thursday. Natalie Lamar, Executive Director of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, said…

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