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Wesley Colbert (right) and Juan Reyes with R. A. Knapp Construction smooth out the concrete deck of the new bridge on Route H over Willow Creek south of Henrietta. The…

Judge lowers Wrisinger’s bond

A former Richmond man charged with the murder of his former wife and daughter has had his bond lowered today. Ronald D. Wrisinger, 68, was arraigned on Friday for the…

Ready, aim, launch

Spaceman Joe Capps of Orrick Cub Scout Pack 453 fires his ‘Galaxy Defender” in a Cub Scout activity on Tuesday afternoon. Capps was one of 80 Cub Scouts attending the…

Flood victims may turn to Nixon for help

Residents who have flooding concerns near Orrick may have to turn to Gov. Jay Nixon’s office for help. Another meeting was held last week in Orrick at Crossroads convenience store.…

Orrick Police Chief put on leave

Orrick Chief of Police Troy Sims has been put on an administrative leave, according to Orrick Mayor Marilyn Butler. The move was made on Saturday during a special meeting of…

Orrick Police Chief put on leave

Orrick Chief of Police Troy Sims has been put on an administrative leave, according to Orrick Mayor Marilyn Butler. The move was made on Saturday during a special meeting of…

Park vandalism costs city money, labor

Richmond’s skate park and playground basketball regulars might thank vandals for their park receiving some impromptu touch-ups. Vandals struck the skate park and basketball court at West Lexington Street over…

Harvesters’ distributions need more money, volunteers

Those trying to help the needy in Ray County are in need of more help themselves. Last October the Fleming Baptist Church took on the role as Ray County’s distribution…

Intersection may soon get relief

Some relief for traffic traveling along Main Street at Spartan Drive may soon be coming. Mike Sanders with the Missouri Department of Transportation said Monday that video sequence equipment for…

Council wants to change culture at City Hall

With a little less than two months on the job, the new Richmond City Council wants to change the culture at City Hall. On Friday, Councilman Roger Kepple expressed that…