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Stroke screenings coming to Richmond

With American’s looking for ways to reduce healthcare costs and practice more prevention, one aid is coming back to Richmond. Stroke Detection Plus will make its first visit this year…

City still having problems with electronic meter reading system

The city of Richmond spent thousands of dollars on an electronic water meter reading system several years ago and some bugs still are not worked out. City Administrator Rick Childers…

Cities like Richmond are hoping there’s enough money in the pot for badly needed

With a swift stroke of the pen by President Barack Obama on Tuesday, Missouri did not waste any time in spending potential stimulus money headed for the state. Gov. Jay…

Library of Congress collecting veteran stories

The Library of Congress has organized “ The Veterans History Project” in order to gather and preserve the valuable stories of our nation’s veterans and they need the public’s help.…

Fresh produce coming to a parking lot near you

Ray County residents looking for fresh produce won’t have to drive around looking for it this summer. The Richmond Ordinance Committee made some final changes to a farmers market ordinance…

After spending four years on the bench supporting the Spartans, the team’s bigge

It was a nail-biter as the final minutes were rapidly slipping away in the Spartan versus St. Paul game. The ball was passed again to senior Cody Stevens, with just…

Richmond man accused of deceiving elderly woman

Richmond Police have charged a Richmond man with swindling an 87-year-old woman out of thousands of dollars. Charles Ray King, 52, of Richmond, is being charged with a class B…

Salvation Army changes commodity distribution

“Due to the increase in the number of families receiving USDA commodities, we will be making changes in how they are distributed,” said Judy Zillox, case manager of the Salvation…

A king is crowned

Looking absolutely stunning in his hot pink gown, Gus Hockemeier, right, is crowned Mr. Valentine by outgoing king Eric Wilson and his attendants Coleen Estes, foreground, and Stacy Santillan yesterday…

Stormwater relief coming for some residents

Relief from spring flooding could come for some residents before Mother Nature turns the spout on. Construction could begin as early as this week on a new stormwater management system…