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Case continues against drunk-driving manslaughter case

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer A criminal case continues against a Richmond man charged with killing his father in a car crash after drinking and driving. Ryan Pliler, 32, waived…

Armed gunman robs Richmond Casey’s store

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer An armed gunman and an accomplice robbed Casey’s General Store in Richmond early Tuesday morning. Richmond Police Chief Chad Burnine said a masked assailant stole cash and…

Spliced wire causes widespread internet outage

Richmond experiences two outages this week By Leah Wankum, Editor Nationwide internet outages of AT&T networks kept Richmond internet users on a standstill earlier this week. The first internet outage…

Adding a hands-on practice of science

R-16 adopts curriculum in elementary grades to allow students to learn by doing By Jason Beets, Staff Writer Last week, kindergarten students at Dear Elementary School used flour, water and…

Hardin recognized 14th time for best tractor pull

By Leah Wankum, Editor Hardin native Dale Wollard was voted for the 14th time as Promoter of the Year as the best tractor pull host in northwest Missouri. Wollard accepted…

The meat that matters

High quality is hallmark of products sold at Crooked River Meats, formerly Fresh Meats & More By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer When word got around that the ownership of Fresh…

Seeking a site for Ray emergency management operations

Ray County currently without emergency operations center By Leah Wankum, Editor Ray County doesn’t have an emergency operations center, but Carl Harper is trying to find a good location for…

Feds charge Lawson man with possessing pipe bomb

A Lawson man was charged in federal court Thursday with illegally possessing a pipe bomb, according to Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri. Josh Louis Dubrel,…

Getting to the county’s core health problems

RCMH board adopts action plan to address high tobacco use, mental health and substance abuse issues By Leah Wankum, Editor At a time when the nation is grappling with pledges to…

Contested races, tax measures on April 4 ballot

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer Filing for the April 4 municipal elections closed Tuesday, with contested races for city government and school board positions, alongside tax measures in some Ray…