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Rocky Mountain oysters and fish fry Saturday

The Richmond Masonic Lodge Building Association is sponsoring a Rocky Mountain oyster and fish fry this Saturday, Feb. 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Eagleton Center, located…

A fresh look and added variety

Take a stroll down the aisles of the produce section at the Richmond Apple Market and you might think you’re in a different store. An additional 160 feet of space…

Council changes meeting night from Wednesday

Wednesday nights just became a little bit more free for members of the Richmond City Council. The council voted unanimously 7-0 to change the meeting night from Wednesday nights to…

Commissioners still struggling with budget

After hours of pouring through requests and analyzing the numbers, Ray County Commissioners still do not have an answer for 2009’s budget. Wednesday morning the commissioners continued to struggle to…

Cemeteries’ boundaries can be confusing to history seekers visiting Richmond

Where is Bob Ford’s final resting place? In a Daily News story on Ford’s life, the article stated Ford was buried in Sunny Slope Cemetery. In reality, Ford is buried…

Task force aims to keep drunk drivers off Ray County roads

Henrietta is the latest city in Ray County to join a task force aimed at getting drunk drivers off the road. Henrietta joins Richmond, Orrick, and Wood Heights to form…

Hardin may pay off water tower

In an effort to put the city in a better position for help, the city may decide to pay off the city water tower early. City Clerk Patty Lam said…

Maintenance building next on improvment list

The city of Henrietta is hoping a new home for the maintenance department is in the near future. The city received two bids on the costs of materials to construct…

Henrietta will turn focus to sewer problems

The city of Henrietta has found some help for their sewer problems. After a more than hour-long closed session Saturday morning, the Board of Aldermen emerged with an approved deal…

Construction on fire station could begin soon

Hardin’s fire trucks could have a new roof over their hoods soon. Hardin City Clerk Patty Lam will send paperwork today to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the state’s…