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Spring 2011 trial set for Thomas murder case

Alleged murder accomplice Erik R. Zimmerman will face a March 28, 2011 trial date in Ray County. Zimmerman, of Excelsior Springs, faces one felony count each of first-degree murder, armed…

Kercheval case moves to Carroll

An accused Richmond sex offender will have his case heard in a new venue. Darryl Glenn Kercheval requested, and on Wednesday was granted, a change of venue from Ray County…

Tax collector and librarian? Norborne makes it work

Like everyone else in Norborne city government, Pam Colborn wears several hats. On a scorching day earlier this week, it was the collector’s she sported, taking a resident’s payment and…

Challenger Danielle Rogers edges Bryan McMahon by 22 votes

It came down to Stet. In a dramatic ending to Tuesday’s most closely contested county race, Stet – the last precinct to be counted – made challenger Danielle Rogers county…

Party-goers enjoy taste of nostalgia, county’s past

Asked what was hotter on Election Day, Benjamin Franklin Phillips said it was the temperature, not the politics. “I’d say the heat,” said Phillips, a Camden resident who goes by…

Board will not touch tax definition after all

After a review, the Richmond Parks Board won’t modify how it defines the uses for its 2008 sales tax revenue. Treasurer Luanna Bloom told the board Monday night that attorney…

To fix error, council OKs $600-plus adjustment to water customer’s bill

The Richmond City Council has approved making a $600-plus sewer bill correction after an accident during a water meter adjustment. Public Works Committee Chairman Dave Powell brought a committee recommendation…

Handicapped voters can use courthouse’s west side Tuesday

During polling hours on Tuesday – 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. in all locations – accommodations will be made to ensure that elderly and disabled county residents can vote. Lorie…

Juvenile generates bomb scare

A Saturday-afternoon bomb scare brought Kansas City-area agencies to Richmond for a five-hour operation. A Richmond man weed-eating a ditch on the 200 block of Goodrich Street found an object…

Big and little wheels roar at Hardin SkeeterFest

With fried fish in their bellies, the echoes of children’s laughter in their ears, and the lingering aroma of diesel fuel in their nostrils, visitors to Hardin left the city’s…