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It’s raining cats and dogs

The Ray County Humane Society, located at 210 College Street, in Richmond currently has 21 dogs and 12 cats ready for adoption. Some of the dogs have been with the…

Richmond Salvation Army top thrift store in region

Salvation Army Major Richard Carroll announced the Richmond Salvation Army as “the number one thrift store in Kansas and western Missouri” at the Wednesday, Jan. 28 Program Bellringing Award Ceremony…

City gives green light to tax holiday for appliances

The Richmond City Council decided to go green for a week. The Show Me Green Sales Tax Holiday was enacted last year and will be effective April 19 through April…

Work on EE Highway bridge resumes

EE Highway bridge construction workers continued their work on Wednesday after taking the day off on Tuesday due to cold temperatures and snow. The bridge that spans a railway was…

Stimulus package passes first test

After pleading with Republicans for support of the Economic Recovery and Reinvestment Act, President Obama failed to gain any support from the right side of the aisle in the House…

RV park on the way for Hardin

Construction workers and vacation goers now have a place to stay near Hardin. The Hardin Board of Aldermen gave final approval to property owner Jason Raasch to build an 11…

Henrietta does not move forward on water agreement with Richmond

The Henrietta Board of Aldermen came out of closed session Saturday morning without a signed agreement with Richmond to provide water service. Richmond currently provides sewer service to the small…

Employment agency is helping people get to work

With recent job layoffs locally and a murky outlook for 2009, a local agency is doing what they can to help. The Full Employment Council is a one-stop shop for…

Stouffer named to committee focused on stimulus money

Congress is expected to vote on a nearly trillion-dollar economic stimulus plan today and Missouri wants to be ready. Missouri Senate President Charlie Shields, R-St. Joseph, announced on Monday that…

Man will face jury trial for Apple Market robbery

A Richmond man accused of breaking into Apple Market and stealing more than $1,000 will get a chance to defend himself in front of a jury. Lorne B. Bivines is…