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Bond says he will retire

After four decades of public service, Sen. Kit Bond will retire after his 40th year in public service in 2010. Bond made the announcement before the Missouri General Assemble yesterday.…

Tips for staying warm and fed during a winter emergency

If a winter storm causes power to go off, and travel was treacherous, would you be able to stay in your home for some time and wait until it comes…

Sunrise third graders present Christmas program

Sunrise Elementary third graders presented their Christmas program last night at the Farris Theatre, after weather cancelled their December show. Left to right: Kiley Phipps, Tristan Koger, Cole Cornine, Lennon…

County pageant approaching

Applications are now being accepted for the Miss Ray County Scholarship Pageant to be held at the historic Farris Theatre at 7 p.m., Saturday, Mar. 21. The Miss Ray County…

Keeping up with technology

Ray County Memorial Hospital is committing big dollars to improving the hospital’s services. The hospital spent to the tune of $1.3 million for a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) component.…

Electric bills join the list of payments on the rise

The next time Richmond residents open their electric bills they might discover a higher bill. Drivers have already noticed an increase at the pump the last couple of weeks after…

A quick tune up

RHS band members polish up musical selections by Sousa, King, Bach, and other composers, for the Winter Band Concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 11, at the Farris Theatre. Front…

Nance heads to Jefferson City with optimism

Going into his third term, Rep. Bob Nance says he has reason to be optimistic because of one word. Cooperation. Nance will be sworn in today in Jefferson City. He…

Nance eyeing a spot on healthcare committee

New Missouri Speaker of the House Ron Richard, R-Joplin, is expected to make committee appointments today, and 36th District Rep. Bob Nance is hoping his name pops up on the…

Revenues down statewide and locally

Downtown Revitalization and a new City Hall are making the city’s financial numbers seem alarming. Last week figures were released that show the city’s general revenue fund spent more than…