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Woman’s jewelry may offer leads to identity

The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department has released photos of jewelry worn by a woman whose body was found in the trunk of a car Monday near Wellington-Napoleon. One of the…

Workman’s Comp required for pool repair job

Richmond’s proposed city pool-repair project’s price tag might depend on whether its lowest bidder minds paying a little extra out of pocket. The Richmond City Council stands poised to award…

Vet has ‘nothing but time’

At 90, you might think time is a precious commodity for Richmond World War II veteran James Davis. But Davis said it was nothing to put off a trip to…

Leak forces Mediacom to close Richmond office

Mediacom has left the building Richmond’s cable provider found itself at least temporarily displaced Friday. The Mediacom office at 101 W. Main St. unexpectedly closed Friday morning until further notice.…

Job creation, ‘silver hair’ laws Nance’s priorities

As if a re-election year wasn’t enough pressure, District 36 Rep. Bob Nance in January began his third term a busy man. Nance said his focus during the current legislative…

Cost of Ray County’s insurance up 17 percent

Of the 38 or so employees who elected to buy health insurance through Ray County’s plan in 2009, just one insured either a spouse or a child. And that spouse…

Orrick targeting sludge removal

Orrick’s city council hopes some prompt maintenance will save the city future Missouri DNR entanglements. Pending some background and reference checks, the council appears poised to award Hudson, Iowa, firm…

Parks requests lease to improve school property

Richmond Parks Board has requested a formal lease with Richmond schools so it can begin improvements to two ball fields it currently uses for practices. The fields, on school property,…

Sewer bond issue at center stage Tuesday

Richmond’s citizens will soon get their say – one way or another – whether an ambitious public works proposal will go forward or back to the drawing board. That first…

Food and winter related items in high demand in last week’s storm

Last week’s storm made travel harder for Richmond-area shoppers and store employees, but a sampling of businesses found customer traffic largely unaffected and, in some cases, heavier one day and…