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Snowchild tree asks for gifts

The Richmond Housing Authority is asking business owners and individuals to help make a local child’s Christmas special. The Housing Authority has set up a snowchild tree to adopt a…

Show Me Ethanol may default on loan

After a successful start up last spring, Missouri’s largest ethanol plant is facing a tough economic challenge. Last week officials with Show Me Ethanol filed a report with the United…

Jail debris wreaks havoc with sewer system

Remnants of an orange jumpsuit and other materials from the Ray County Jail are clogging things up in Henrietta. The Ray County Commissioners already agreed to pay one bill for…

How do my feathers look?

Mykayla Shank asked fellow kindergartener Mackenzie James for a little fashion advice Wednesday at Dear Elementary School. The children dressed up as pilgrims and Indians for a “Dear feast” meal.…

This crash is a draw

It’s hard to say who won this fight between an SUV and a power pole on Missouri Highway 10 about 1 mile west of Hardin Tuesday morning. Only the driver…

Henrietta water woes on hold

Sometimes good news is worth waiting for. It was worth at least $35,000 to the Henrietta Board of Aldermen last week when city officials from Henrietta and Richmond finally sat…

Small town depends on craft fair

City officials are hoping the craft fair at the Henrietta Community Center this Saturday is a big hit because the city is depending on it. Henrietta Mayor Pro Tem Kelly…

Richmond School Board plans more construction

The Richmond School board is in the planning stages to begin construction on a multi-purpose building at Dear Elementary. Notified recently that they were a recipient of a SEMA sponsored…

City may help with marker repairs

Some grave markers in the city’s cemetery may be getting a facelift next year. Under the direction of the cemetery board, the city council last week agreed to include a…

Richmond man accused of rape

A Richmond man is being accused of raping his 13-year-old daughter. Michael S. Crumble, 34, is charged with three felony counts stemming from an alleged incident at his home on…