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Scouts, LDS lend a hand to Richmond Fire

Equipped with painting clothes and gloves, Boy Scout Troop #1720 and volunteers from the LDS church in Wood Heights listened attentively Friday as firefighter Mark Stigall Friday instructs them how…

Man vs. Mother Nature

Mike Strider made light of the situation, even as he and others filled and placed sandbags Wednesday along the Henrietta-Crooked River Levee. Asked to identify himself, he fi rst gave…

St. Jude child survives, his ‘miracle’ niece repays

10-year-old Carley (Bowling) Wood is her mother’s miracle baby. Carey, the mom, explains that doctors told her she couldn’t have kids. Then Carley came along. Miracle No. 1. Then, during…

Deputy public administrator charged with stealing, forgery

Ray County’s deputy public administrator and a caregiver for a disabled woman with $6 million in assets have been charged with conspiring to steal over $25,000 from the woman since…

A watch-and wait-situation along the Missouri

It’s not what Rev. Clay Kahler envisioned. Kahler thought maybe a dozen or so residents would join him and emergency management officials for a “roundtable discussion” on planning for disaster…

ICE CREAM SOCIAL: MADE IN THE SHADE

Photo PHOTO: Around a dozen or so people attended Ray County Historical Society’s annual ice cream social on Saturday. After a hot dog luncheon, attendees enjoyed homemade ice cream from…

Council OKs price break for $6,000 bill

Six members of Richmond City Council sided with a city water customer Tuesday whose monthly bill skyrocketed to more than $6,000 because of an undiscovered leak. John Richardson, a retired…

New RHS principal ready to work in Mo.

On his break Friday, newly hired Richmond High School Principal John Parker returned a call from the Richmond News. He wasn’t in a meeting or at his office at Leavenworth,…

Council OKs price break for $6,000 bill

Six members of Richmond City Council sided with a city water customer Tuesday whose monthly bill skyrocketed to more than $6,000 because of an undiscovered leak. John Richardson, a retired…

Corps, Red Cross attend Orrick flood-information meeting

Thursday’s meeting at Orrick Baptist Church, arranged by Rev. Clay Taylor, brought the same message that has been told for nearly two weeks: Ray County communities along the Missouri and…