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Gas can thief caught in the act

By Skyla Sullivan, Excelsior Springs Standard A Wood Heights public works employee who was coming into work Tuesday interrupted a burglary in the works at city hall, stealing gas cans.…

Trial date set in involuntary manslaughter case

By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer A criminal case against a man charged with allegedly killing his father in a drunk driving accident is set to go to a jury trial.…

Walmart, chamber laud store grand reopening

By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Richmond Walmart hosted its grand reopening Friday to celebrate the completion of the store’s remodeling and additional features. The remodeling took a total of 12…

High-speed police chase ends in felony charges

By Leah Wankum, Editor A high-speed chase early last week that began in Richmond and ended in Liberty resulted in arrests and felony charges against two Missouri men. Anthony A.…

Women’s resource center renamed Bridge of Hope

By Leah Wankum, Editor Ray County Women’s Resource Center now bears a different name: Bridge of Hope. The new name coincides with the center’s true goals: to bridge the gap…

Missouri joins Arkansas in ban of Dicamba

Drift of popular weedkiller suspected in destroying crops Kristofer Husted, Harvest Public Media Missouri Department of Agriculture announced a temporary ban on the sale of agricultural products containing the pesticide dicamba on…

Protecting endangered species vs. flood control

Corps weighing plans on fulfilling federal requirements and flood control concerns on the Missouri River By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer The United States Army Corps of Engineers is reviewing public…

New RCMH emergency room now open

Part 1 of $7 million project complete By Leah Wankum, Editor The old emergency room at Ray County Memorial Hospital fit three beds comfortably, with just curtains for partitions separating…

Council OKs $10,000 for stormwater collection solution

By Leah Wankum, Editor A Kansas City-based engineering firm will begin assisting with Richmond’s project to identify inflow and infiltration issues in the city’s wastewater collection system. The Richmond City…

KCP&L requesting rate hike

Applications to intervene due July 18 KCP&L customers may see a $2.31 increase to their monthly bills. KCP&L-Greater Missouri Operations Company has filed a request with the Missouri Public Service…