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Mallet Madness teaches kids music at a young age

“One, two, three, four. Mallets down on the floor. Five, six, seven, eight. Hurry, don’t be late,” the kindergarten class at Dear Elementary chants as they move one instrument to…

Rising flood waters cause havoc throughout Ray County

At least one county resident experienced the consequences of trying to drive through water. Yesterday, a county woman had to call 911 for help when she drove into standing water…

Bond issue seems likely for city’s South Plant

In order to get a major expansion to Richmond’s South Waste Water Plant, it is going to have to get the approval of the people. During a presentation from Professional…

Missouri Right to Life President to visit Henrietta

The Department of Health reported over 7,300 abortions in Missouri in 2007. Over 11,500 Missouri residents had abortions that year, some in another state. Since Roe vs. Wade passed in…

Richmond man charged with attempted rape

Richmond Police were called to a disturbance Monday night that ended with a Richmond man being charged with attempted forcible rape. James Earl Thornton is also being charged with two…

Engineers outline needs for city’s South Waste Water Plant

Engineers outlined a plan for the city’s South Waste Water Plant last night that includes some needed attention before the project can move forward. Professional Engineer Jeff Thorn, of Ollson…

Nine to compete for Miss Ray County

Nine young ladies have submitted their applications to become the next Miss Ray County, according to pageant executive director Tara Gottschalk. The candidates will compete for the title, crown and…

Two hurt in accident on Monday

Two Richmond women suffered injuries on Tuesday evening when their car collided with another vehicle on Highway 210 at Route O. Shelia Littrell, 53, and Tracy Nichols, 34, were both…

Park board schedules workshops for park planning

The Park Board has scheduled two workshops that will focus on developing a comprehensive plan for the city’s park system. Both sessions will be on Friday nights, beginning at 7…

Fitzgerald will Grand Marshall Mushroom Festival

Miss Missouri will return home this spring to lead Richmond’s Mushroom Festival as Grand Marshall. Councilman and Chamber of Commerce President Scott Marshall informed the Richmond Park Board Monday night…