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A day of celebration for Ray County vets

Veterans Day actually began Tuesday evening, when Vietnam veteran Jim Rippy and co-horts loaded up American flags in the back of his pick-up truck and placed them in the holders.…

5 arrested in family sex crime case

A father and four sons await a combined 14 felony charges of sexual crimes against minors – all six of the victims are daughters, son, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. Based…

TranSystems preview workshop, project plans

Before Nov. 12th’s day-long TranSystems master transportation plan workshop, including an evening open house, the TranSystems team gave Richmond officials a preview of coming attractions. “We’re going to come in…

Sharing my favorite things

Verlee Patterson of Richmond was born in December and married in December, so it’s natural that if she were to be a collector of anything it would be nativity sets.…

911 update: Council votes to schedule vote

Bob Bond started letting his frustrations show. The Richmond City Council member and Public Safety Committee chairman made his desire for a vote whether or not to consolidate Richmond’s 911…

3 arraigned in Thomas murder

It took Associate Circuit Judge Jim Thompson seven words Tuesday to summarize the nine combined kidnapping, murder and armed criminal action charges three local individuals now face. “You’ve been charged…

Life was once more simple

Life is so very complicated today. Just look at all the items a person must attend in order to make it through one day. You have to get out of…

Hometown girl gets royal treatment

Richmond native Lacey Fitzgerald, third from left, quips with the crowd before the unveiling of the sign promoting Richmond as the hometown of Fitzgerald, who was Miss Missouri last year.…

Rose receives 10 years for manslaughter, assault plea

Rachel L. Rose will spend up to 10 years in prison as the driver of a 2008 automobile accident that killed three people living with her and left five other…

Funds from Buddy Poppies help veteran benefits program

Bill Cain of Richmond was one of the VFW members distributing VFW Buddy Poppies at the intersection of Thornton and East Main on Richmond’s square Saturday. Cain said many motorists…