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Coalition hosts town hall meeting

“Holding young people solely responsible for underage drinking is like holding fish responsible for dying in a polluted stream.” That’s a quote from (faceproject.org), and shared with the group that…

Park Board approves building of shelter houses

The Richmond Park Board approved $38,500 for the construction of shelter houses that include concession stands and bathrooms on Monday night. The board reviewed a bid by Royce Duffett. His…

A visit home

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Ike Skelton talks with Wentworth Military Academy cadet Sergio Aguirre at the Battle of Lexington site in Lexington Tuesday morning. The academy along with R.O.T.C…

Carnahan says amendment would restrict voting

A House resolution co-sponsored by Rep. Bob Nance is drawing criticism from the Secretary of State. Robin Carnahan on Tuesday released a statement saying she was disappointed in the House…

Manslaughter charges filed against KC man for 2006 accident

A Kansas City man has been charged in Ray County for involuntary manslaughter for an accident nearly three years ago. Christopher W. Stockton, 31, is charged in the death of…

Richmond, Orrick school districts win distinction awards

The Richmond R-XVI School District and the Orrick School District were presented with the Distinction in Performance Award by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education during a banquet…

Ray County Election Results

Ray County election results: CAMDEN PROPOSITION A Yes 15 75% No 5 25% PROPOSITION B Yes 15 75% No 5 25% HENRIETTA MAYOR (two-year term) Kelly Heber 33 91.67% ALDERMEN…

State revenue shortfall will delay refund payments

JEFFERSON CITY-The state revenue shortfall this fiscal year means many Missourians will face a delay in receiving their income tax refunds. To maintain the cash flow to pay state employees…

Richmond votes in new council

Voters in Richmond went to the polls yesterday with a broom in their hands as all but one of the incumbents on the Richmond City Council lost their seats. Some…

Board removes recycle bins from park

Those wanting to drop off recycled goods at Southview Park will now have to take items elsewhere. The Richmond Park Board decided Monday night to remove the recycle bins from…