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Mayor, administrator criticized on decorum

Two former city servants made one thing clear to Richmond’s city council and administration Tuesday evening: They are not happy. Former Richmond Mayor and Councilman Ed Lee Swafford didn’t mince…

Shelter gets early Christmas present

Ray County residents with small dogs and cats may find Christmas is coming a bit earlier this year. Ray County Humane Society applied for a spay/neuter grant through the Missouri…

Berning says current term to be last

A routine conflict-of-interest declaration segued into Jason Berning announcing the end of his city council tenure. Kevin Stanley first raised the issue of a potential conflict at the Sept. 21…

Stouffer to run for 4th District U.S. Congress

Two-term Republican State Senator Bill Stouffer formally threw his hat in the ring for 4th District U.S. Congress Wednesday in Blue Springs and Marshfield, according to a campaign press release.…

R-XVI reports first confirmed case of H1N1

Richmond School Superintendent Jim Robins reported Tuesday the first confirmed case of H1N1 in a student. “We have received our first confirmed case of the H1N1,” said Robins. “It’s a…

Thompson appointed Associate Judge

At least James Thompson’s new job won’t see him move very far – it’s right across the street. Thompson, the now-former Ray County Prosecutor, took his oath Monday afternoon in…

New city attorneys appointed by Council

Richmond City Council members likely hope a city personnel change will clear some muddy waters. The council voted 5-2, with councilman Jason Berning abstaining, to recommend Mayor Lance Green appoint…

The men behind the mask

Three seniors share the honor of bringing the new Spartan mascot to ‘life.’ Richmond High School seniors Dylan Barry, Cameron Parker and Mitchell Walker share the responsibility of attending various…

Public Works to replace missing street signs

Richmond’s Public Works staff has been taking steps to address some street and traffic sign issues. Community Development Director Lisa Hastings has expressed the latest concerns about repairing or replacing…

Charges filed in 2007 vandalism of Vandiver, Burgess farms

Charges have been filed, and warrants issued for four people in connection with the Oct. 9, 2007, property damage that occurred in the Camden bottoms north of the Missouri River…