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MoDOT outlines plans for stimulus projects

Although many questions still exist around a possible economic stimulus plan, most agree that transportation will receive a significant chunk. The Missouri Department of Transportation, like many others, is lining…

Richmond teen seriously injured in car crash

A Richmond teenager sustained serious injuries in a one-car crash last Friday in Carroll County. Tiffany Jones, 16, of Richmond was transported to Carroll County Hospital before being life-flighted to…

The right occasion for the holiday

“I think it’s going to be a very memorable event. It’s going to be one of those things that people will talk about for years,” said RHS teacher Steve Hitchcock.…

City may change meeting nights to Tuesday

Richmond City Council meetings may become a little more crowded in the future if city leaders decide to meet on Tuesdays. The city’s previous Mayor Tom Morman changed meeting nights…

New facilities becoming habitat for new programs

Many of Richmond’s residents are beginning to enjoy new facilities the Park Board has constructed over the last year and it is starting to show. After having a couple of…

Camp Kinnard hits the Sprint Center

Camp Kinnard basketball players stepped onto the court at the Sprint Center as a part of the Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Game, Friday, Jan. 2. An entourage of 32 pre-school through…

Orrick city council addresses water leak issues with residents

With many budget concerns mounting, the Orrick City Council will hold a special meeting this week to discuss some of those issues. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. this…

County welcomes new assistant prosecutor

Ray County has a new assistant prosecuting attorney. Bryan McMahon joined Prosecutor Jim Thompson’s staff full time last week after being sworn in right after the new year. McMahon replaces…

Money not only concern when dealing with lime sludge

Along with the sobering news of Richmond’s lime sludge problems discussed at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, other questions stemming from those concerns were raised by city officials. Richmond Finance Director…

Marriage conference offers insight

The family unit is central to our society, yet as many will note, the sacred unit is taking a beating. Now, more than ever, it’s time for husbands and wives,…