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Richmond addressing feral cat problem

Feral cats have given Richmond an itch it can’t quite scratch. The Richmond Public Safety Committee and Richmond police both need some answers to problems feral cats are raising for…

O’Dell named Teacher of the Year by VFW Post

It was state playoff time. The home team hadn’t lost a game in three years. Excitement was high. During the National Anthem, teacher Joyce O’Dell spotted four young high school…

Girl Scouts help kids in need

Three Girls Scouts have made a big impact on the lives of 15 of their peers. Since October, eighth graders Amity Parks, Darian Robbins and Hanna Sumpter implemented and operate…

Residents skeptical on MoDOT buyout

A MoDOT engineer told residents along Highway 210 a flood-relieving tube installation almost definitely won’t happen. Chief MoDOT Engineer Kevin Keith met Monday at Donnie Wilson and Linda Lauck’s home…

Orrick Council mulls tax increase

At least one Orrick City Council member hopes a small tax hike might make wading through lean fiscal times a little easier. A 30-cent property tax increase could help the…

Richmond officials have say on court audit

Richmond city officials feel a recent state audit of Richmond’s municipal court warrants clarification. Richmond Municipal Court Judge Thomas Fincham took issue with a Daily News article describing $47,000 the…

R-XVI Board approves bid process for uniforms

Richmond School Board voted 6-0 to accept bids for Richmond High School band uniforms in its monthly meeting on Tuesday. Board member Connie Taylor was absent. Earlier in the meeting,…

Municipal, school board filings begin Dec. 15

Candidates seeking Ward I, II, III or IV city council seats may submit filings at 8 a.m. Dec. 15 thru 5 p.m. Jan. 19, 2010, in the Richmond City Clerk’s…

Old man winter is here

An artic blast changed some day-to-day life around Ray County overnight. Richmond didn’t receive heavy snows that pelted thenorthwest Missouri regions, however the snow-rain-snow combination created icy roads and blowing…

Fitzwater appointed Presiding Commissioner

After 106 days, the wait is over. Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed Rodger L. Fitzwater, 47, of rural Norborne, as presiding commissioner for Ray County on Tuesday. Fitzwater’s appointment fills…