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Building new fields of dreams

By David Knopf/Richmond News The sizzle and aroma of fried fish and the visual attraction of desserts will entertain the senses Sunday when Orrick Lions Club hosts a fundraiser at…

Mother of boys who died in fire charged with drug possession

By David Knopf/Richmond News The mother of two young boys who died in a December 2013 fire near Orrick has been charged with C Felony drug possession and three lesser…

Soybean Association VP hails proposed extension of biodiesel tax incentive, Section 179 tax advantages

As part of its proposed taxed extenders package released Monday, the Senate Finance Committee included two items critical to soybean farmers, including a two-year extension of the dollar-per-gallon biodiesel tax…

Corn, soybean stocks improve; wheat supply shows decline

Figures released March 31 Corn stocks in all positions on March 1, 2014 totaled 176 million bushels, up 72 percent from March 1, 2013. On-farm stocks totaled 105 million bushels,…

Ray FSA office gears up for livestock claims

Jarrell Foreman, Ray/Clay County Farm Service Agency executive director, this week announced reimbursement programs for livestock producers. Enrollment for the disaster programs authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill, including the…

Associate judge withdraws from election

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News A county race took a surprising turn Tuesday – the final day of official candidate filings – when 8th Circuit Court Associate Judge James Thompson withdrew his name…

Ray hospital’s administrator placed on paid leave

By David Knopf/Richmond News Bob Littleton, the administrator at Ray County Memorial Hospital and former Ray-Carroll fuels manager, was placed on paid administrative leave March 19. The action came following…

As prom and graduation near, prosecutor warns school officials, parents about alcohol risks

Ray County Prosecutor Danielle Rogers has asked local communities including Richmond, Orrick and Hardin to vigorously enforce Missouri’s laws against underage drinking. The request is included in letter personalized for…

OPAA food service worker marks her 25th year keeping Richmond kids fed

Match made in heaven: discounted senior dogs for senior citizens

From Gloria, a Humane Society volunteer who photographs and sends descriptions of adoptable pets: “We are having a ‘Seniors for Seniors Special.’ We have several senior dogs we are offering…