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Richmond audit could begin next week

Officials from Missouri Auditor Susan Montee’s office said their work in Richmond could begin next week. Todd Schuler, an audit manager Montee’s Kansas City office, addressed the Richmond City Council…

City staff says there is plenty of money left to finish the city hall complex

City officials say there is more than enough money in the city’s reserves to cover the costs of the city hall complex. In a report given to the City Council…

RV Park in Hardin gets final approval

Construction workers, vacationers and anyone else just passing through will now have a place to stop in Hardin. The Hardin Board of Aldermen met last Friday for a special meeting…

Council to begin budget discussions

It appears the city’s tight budget is getting tighter. The Richmond City Council will begin preliminary discussions tonight on budgetary adjustments. According to the financial figures included in the council…

Local youth will get to show their “Rock Band” and &#822

Do you rock at Rock Band? Are you THE Guitar Hero? Are you a soloist or a part of a ‘band?’ Then it’s time to gather your most talented friends…

Who will be Little Mister and Miss 2009?

Entries are now being accepted for the 29th annual Mushroom Festival Little Mister and Miss Mushroom Festival. Complete the application at the right, along with two wallet-size photos of the…

New Jesse James exhibit comes to Ray County Museum

The Ray County Museum is proud to announce the arrival of a special collection of Jesse James tintypes and photos to be on display for the next several months. Museum…

Audit of Richmond to begin soon

Voters who led a drive to get a state conducted audit of the city will finally see their efforts become reality. State auditor Todd Schuler will address the Richmond City…

New royalty is crowned

Lawson’s Taylor Cotton was all smiles after being crowned Miss Ray County by outgoing queen Addie Duncan of Richmond Saturday night at the Farris Theatre. Cotton sang an impressive rendition…

Underage drinking is focus of town hall meetings

The average age a youth in Missouri indulges in their first drink is 12 years old. That’s right, 12 years old. And, that’s just one of the startling statistics released…