Socialize

Facebook
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 253)

Ray County Relay For Life Raises $57,231

Photo PHOTO: Aaron Wilson, 13, lays next to the luminary of his grandmother, Lisa Krugman, a two-time cancer survivor. Wilson was staying the weekend with his grandmother because his parents…

‘Big Al’, Nance and Masons fund-raise with fish fry

There was no argument Sunday about who the big fish was at the summer fundraiser for Orrick Community Center. Sure, one of the Richmond Masons who helped bread catfish for…

Area man charged with 11 child porn counts

A rural Richmond man was charged Thursday with 11 felony counts of possessing child pornography. Anthony Carder, 35, is in the custody of Ray County Jail with a $50,000 cash-only…

Hwy. 13 bridge to open soon

It’s no secret that the Missouri Department of Transportation and its contractor, KTU Constructors, have been busy replacing and repairing worn bridges in Ray County as part of the Safe…

Shore up levees, county farmers told

When it arrives, those who live and farm Ray County’s fertile river bottom can’t say they weren’t warned. In less than two weeks, the U.S. Corps of Engineers has sent…

Kinnard cites community service as priority

Ward IV Councilman Rob Kinnard may be a new face on city council, but his image is a familiar one to Richmond residents. Kinnard, a 30-year city resident, has been…

Kitchen fire damages city home

A Richmond home sustained fire damage to the kitchen and smoke and heat damage throughout in a Tuesday fire. At 11:45 a.m., Richmond Fire and Police Departments were called to…

COUNTY VETERANS REMEMBER THE FALLEN

Photo PHOTO: World War II veterans George Brock, above, right, and Ken Holland join Ken’s wife, Edith, in a prayer at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony at Richmond Memory Gardens. The…

Richmond council OKs drainage tube policy

Ward III City Councilman Sam Coleman’s “no” vote wasn’t enough to convince the board to reconsider a new policy for installing residential drainage tubes in ditches along city streets. The…

Board member’s eligibility raised; Stucker resigns

Those attending the May 23 Orrick School Board meeting were in an uproar over the lack of public comment allowed for issues concerning the elementary curriculum, but the tension didn’t…