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County expects smooth 911 transition with city

All things considered, Ray County 911 Director Scott Enss anticipates an eventful, but uncomplicated consolidation with Richmond’s 911 and dispatch services. “We’ve got several hurdles we need to overcome,” Enss…

Filings for local races sporadic

April’s general election continued to take this shape this week, as three more local races continued to fill out. In Orrick’s race for two school board seats, incumbents Tim Twyman…

Ray County looking to scrutinize risk identification

The Ray County Commission will have some disaster-preparedness decisions to make in the near future. Commissioners Allen Dale and Mike Twyman met briefly Wednesday with two Mid-America Regional Council Representatives.…

County examines energy reduction

Ray County recently applied for a $7,299 grant, the first step in possibly reducing its cost to heat and cool county buildings. EPM, a Fulton, Mo., company that designs and…

Fitzwater learning the ropes of new job

Rodger Fitzwater, Ray County’s new presiding commissioner, spent his first week at work getting his feet on the ground. There was mail to read, papers to sign, a routine to…

Darneal Court now officially a city street

Richmond City Administrator Rick Childers has given the Richmond Housing Authority an early Christmas gift of clarification last week. Childers can now confirm that, indeed, Darneal Court is a street…

Community fills need for Salvation Army Toy Store

Ray Countians stepped up big for their neighbors in need. As more parents reeled from economic hardships this year, more children were placed on Salvation Army’s Christmas list. Over 360…

Orrick Lions Club seeking new members in 2010

The Orrick chapter of the Lions Club met Thursday, Dec. 10, at the home of member Sally Vick. After a delicious meal of ham, turkey, spinach salad, mashed and sweet…

New year, new owners: Local couple to buy Pointer’s

When Pointer’s Jewelers owner Roger Kepple met the Sturms, it was successors at first sight. Kepple officially retires Jan. 2 as the downtown shop’s second owner, following original owner and…

Even the creaks tell of rockers’ venerable history

Four oak rockers sit vacant near the west door of the Ray County courthouse. Lined up like soldiers at attention, they invite passersby to sit, rest and visit. But people…