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Bond reduction denied, case bound over in DWI death

By David Knopf/News Editor After accomplishing the two legal goals they’d set out for, family members and the prosecution hugged and shed tears outside the courtroom. But having defendant Carey…

New Ray-Carroll fertilizer plant keeps pace with the times

TERMINAL PROFILE LOOMS OVER HARDIN BOTTOMS By David Knopf/News Editor As it rises over the river-bottom flatness along Highway 10, the half-covered skeleton of the main building looks large enough…

Richmond City Council rejects sewer rate decrease

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer The Richmond City Council nixed a proposal that would have lowered sewer rates for most Richmond residents but raised them for others. The council’s 4-3 vote…

Orrick board tours interior of rebuilt school

By David Knopf/News Editor J.E. Dunn’s site manager for Orrick’s school construction project keeps a calendar with the days marked by sticky notes. With the clock ticking toward the opening…

New C&C just what the doctor ordered

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News   Royce Duffett’s enthusiasm for his construction project is contagious – but that’s O.K. because his project is building a pharmacy that could probably provide a…

State auditor rates county’s performance ‘fair’

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer   Ray County’s performance rating rose from “poor” to “fair” for 2014 in the state’s audit report released last week. Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway said…

Beleagured center cited for dangerous conditions

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer The Richmond Hills Center – once a vibrant home of a grocery store, a national chain store and businesses run by local entrepreneurs – now seems…

1 mile, 1 day: 1 dead, 5 injured on Hwy. 10

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Two accidents within a short stretch of Missouri Highway 10 that runs through Wood Heights resulted in the death of an Excelsior Springs woman and in…

Board paves way for school playground

R-XVI SCHOOL DISTRICT By David Knopf/News Editor Richmond School Board approved the second of two renovation steps for the Sunrise Elementary playground July 14, paving the way for work to…

After 100 years, courthouse roof in need of rehab

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Some things just aren’t built to last, but don’t put the Ray County Courthouse roof on that list. It’s nearly 100 years old – watch for ceremonies…

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