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Federal, state officials gather data on possible disaster declaration

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff In a packed county commission room, representatives from state and federal emergency-management agencies met with officials from throughout Ray County Tuesday to determine whether recent…

An Unforgettable Roar

Overnight 100 year ago, the Missouri River cut a new course, forever changing the lives of Camden residents By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff We live on this side or that…

MoDOT on Highway T: ‘several months away from a solution’

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Estimates to repair the damage to Missouri Route T and the railway below have reached more than $1.5 million, a funding source for repairs has yet…

River sustains vitality in Glasgow

TOWN ON THE MISSOURI FOSTERS ITS NOSTALGIC FEEL By David Knopf/News Editor Unlike Camden, the waterfront town of Glasgow hasn’t been left high and dry by the whims of nature.…

Eye in the sky: Orrick weighs drone ordinance

By David Knopf/News Editor Orrick Air Space It’s not a term you’ll often hear, but it was up for discussion at June’s Board of Aldermen meeting. Mayor Cindy Lampton said…

Hardin truck, tractor pull returns

After a two-year hiatus By David Knopf/News Editor Tractors will be spinning wheels, pulling wheelies and belching diesel smoke again July 25 when Hardin-Central Young Farmers resume the Annual Truck…

Farris to premier Minions movie July 9

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff For the first time since 1999, the Farris Theatre will show a movie on the date of its national premiere. Richmond’s historic theater will show…

Train collision sends BNSF truck driver to hospital

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer A railroad dump truck apparently headed to a worksite collided with a train engine while the truck driver attempted to cross a railroad track Tuesday. The…

Local ties flavor assisted care opening

First resident settles in, served by staff from Richmond, Ray County, Lexington, Excelsior By David Knopf/News Editor Oak Pointe, the new assisted living and memory care facility, welcomed its first resident…

Vote on sewer rates delayed a month

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer A vote on a proposal that would lower the base rate for sewer service for most residential Richmond users was postponed Tuesday evening after landlords and…

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