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Slow pace continues for infant-death cases

By David Knopf/News Editor It’s nearly six months since the cases against former Richmond couple Dennis and Rebecca Matthews were transferred from Ray County to a new venue, Clay County,…

Imposition of ashes on-the-go

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer In a new act of community togetherness, the pastors of three Richmond churches have joined their congregations for the Lenten season. Pastor Jeromy Howard of United…

Budget expected to hit $4.15 million

RAY COUNTY BUDGET: ROAD AND BRIDGE By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Although it will take about  $3.5 million to manage almost all of Ray County’s other business this year, a single…

RHS science improvements cleared for takeoff

By David Knopf/News Editor The low bidder on a proposed upgrade for Richmond High School’s science department assured school board members Tuesday the project would be done – even with…

City to maintain downtown alley

CITY OF RICHMOND By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The City of Richmond is assuming responsibility for maintaining a commercial alley that serves downtown businesses. The alley that runs parallel to…

The term ‘global marketplace’ no longer just a catch phrase

By David Knopf/News Editor In March, it will be one year since Orrick businessman Gary Vandiver was part of a Missouri delegation that traveled to Cuba to explore trade opportunities…

Seeing more eagles? You’re not alone

Conservation drive a success in restoring population, nesting pairs in Missouri By David Knopf/News Editor Tell anyone about a bald eagle you’ve seen or taken pictures of and he or she will…

Budget approaches $3.5 million

COUNTY GOVERNMENT By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The old adage says you have to spend money to make money. Twist the words around, and you have a potential motto for…

‘The Robman’ recognized as a Hero in Healthcare

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff A Richmond man well known locally for his contributions to the community is getting recognition in a broader forum. Rob “Robman” Kinnard, who works at…

Candidates, issues set for April election

Full ballot asks voters to decide who’ll represent them, which taxes they’ll pay By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The ballot line-ups are set for this year’s municipal elections. Ray County…

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