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How Ray County voted

President McCain/Palin 5593 Obama/Biden 5241 Barr/Root 47 Baldwin/Castle 72 Nader/Gonzales 96 Write-ins 35 Governor Kenny Hulshof 3899 Jay Nixon 6670 Andrew Finkenstadt 129 Gregory Thompson 212 Write-ins 2 Lieutenant Governor…

Park board just waiting on the money

Some park projects are underway, but some are waiting on the money to arrive. Last week, the Richmond City Council approved the signing of loan documents for the Park Board…

Record numbers head to the polls

Isaac Heil, 4, of Richmond, (foreground) waits with his father, Matt, in the line to vote at the Ray County Courthouse. The large number of early-morning voters created long lines…

Farmers are finding it harder to make a buck

Things are fine now, but some farmers are worried about the future crop revenues and the cost of producing. Clint Boon with Ray-Carroll County Grain Growers spoke about the future…

Henrietta changes meeting structure

The city of Henrietta is changing the way they do things. Starting this Thursday at 6:30 p.m., the city will resume meeting twice a month to discuss issues more in-depth.…

Gambling with education

Voters going to the polls tomorrow will choose whether or not to pass Proposition A, a measure that has used many Missouri Teachers of the Year to promote its funding…

Two teens seriously injured in rollover accident

Two teenage girls were life-flighted to area hospitals with serious injuries Saturday evening on Route A, south of Route PP. Two other passengers were transported by ambulance to hospitals with…

A battle for the 36th District – Barbara Lanning

Barbara Lanning: Do you support education vouchers and why? Access to a quality, free public education is one of the most important services that Missouri provides all of its children.…

A battle for the 36th District – Rep. Bob Nance, Republican

Rep. Bob Nance, Republican: Do you support education vouchers and why? I do not and have not supported education vouchers because I believe our public schools are too important and…

Senators slug it out in campaigns’ final days for attorney general

For the first time in 16 years Missouri will have a new attorney general come next Tuesday. Current Attorney General Jay Nixon, who was first elected in 1992 and has…