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County gets $249,720 Eagleton food pantry grant

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Ray County’s efforts to secure almost a quarter million dollars to improve a food pantry that serves area residents were successful. The Missouri Department of Economic…

Schoolhouse transitions to ‘God’s house’

Christian Fellowship Ministries paid just $18,818 for the former Dockery School and five acres By David Knopf/News Editor Veronica Shane has fond memories of walking through the doors of the…

Henrietta negotiating $35,000 change order

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News For roughly 75 minutes last Friday at Henrietta City Hall, the public and private sectors discussed $49,000 in bills Henrietta’s facing – and after…

Nixon appoints Willim county coroner

By David Knopf/News Editor Gov. Jay Nixon announced last week the appointment of Richmond funeral director Bart Willim to succeed Toby Polley as Ray County’s coroner. Willim, a licensed funeral…

Letzig Seed buys Richmond Hills Center

Developer says Spartan Drive project progressing By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff With speculation swirling for months about John Letzig’s development of property along Spartan Drive and South Street, a new…

Polley properties change hands sales

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Three of four properties owned by former Ray County Coroner Toby L. Polley now belong to the bank that held the first mortgage on those…

City tax levy drops slightly

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The tax levy for Richmond residents will be slightly lower for 2015 than it was for the previous year following action taken at last Tuesday’s…

No one minds taking the fall at school’s new playground

By David Knopf/News Editor Miles and miles of playground – an elementary kid’s dream, and a godsend for teachers, too. That’s the prognosis for the renovated, expanded playground at Richmond’s…

Dorton pleads quilty, awaits sentencing

By David Knopf/News Editor A Richmond man charged in January 2013 with fracturing his mother’s skull pleaded guilty Tuesday to two felonies, likely avoiding a jury trial in the long-running…

Council opts to delay tax measures

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer The word “tax,” along with all the connotations that word delivers, won’t trouble Richmond voters in November. At a special meeting Monday night, the Richmond City…

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