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Two hurt in accident on Monday

Two Richmond women suffered injuries on Tuesday evening when their car collided with another vehicle on Highway 210 at Route O. Shelia Littrell, 53, and Tracy Nichols, 34, were both…

Richmond man charged with attempted rape

Richmond Police were called to a disturbance Monday night that ended with a Richmond man being charged with attempted forcible rape. James Earl Thornton is also being charged with two…

Engineers outline needs for city’s South Waste Water Plant

Engineers outlined a plan for the city’s South Waste Water Plant last night that includes some needed attention before the project can move forward. Professional Engineer Jeff Thorn, of Ollson…

Park board schedules workshops for park planning

The Park Board has scheduled two workshops that will focus on developing a comprehensive plan for the city’s park system. Both sessions will be on Friday nights, beginning at 7…

Fitzgerald will Grand Marshall Mushroom Festival

Miss Missouri will return home this spring to lead Richmond’s Mushroom Festival as Grand Marshall. Councilman and Chamber of Commerce President Scott Marshall informed the Richmond Park Board Monday night…

Hospice volunteer training coming to Richmond

If you’ve ever experienced the compassion and care lovingly given by a hospice volunteer to a member of your family, you know how important they are. Oftentimes, as a result…

Charges filed against two for distributing drugs near a school

On Feb. 9 the Ray County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Richmond Police Dept., arrested Lois J. Comstock for FTA on Narcotics charges. Ray County Deputies Capt. Brian Bush and…

Third defendant in meth case receives probation

The third and final defendant in the Mike Williams meth case has received probation as part of a plea agreement. Vanessa Whelchel was charged with two counts of possession of…

Ideal Industries begins renovation on square

With an additional workload already here for Ray County Service, expansion is necessary to keep up. Renovation work began this week on the old education building that sat behind the…

Snow storm kept police busy Saturday

While many Richmond residents were clearing off sidewalks on Saturday, Richmond Police were clearing accidents. Police cleared four one-vehicle crashes in a four and half hour time period Saturday morning…