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Orrick adopts standard measurement

Wednesday evening, Oct. 15, the Orrick City Council met briefly to discuss a change in their ordinance in regards to the manner in which a Set Point Property line is…

Big Tent is back in town

By 8 a.m. this morning, the circus animals were enjoying their breakfast and workers were laying out the heavy tents of the big top. Chris Beckett, of Washington, Ind., is…

Haunted sightings on College Street

Many homes on College Street in Richmond are displaying ghoulish fun for Halloween. Brandon Miles, 13, carries skeletal creatures to their frightful place – the graveyard in front of his…

Lexington man facing charges statewide for exploitation

A Lexington man who is charged with two separate instances of exploiting the elderly in Ray County is also facing charges in several other counties for similar crimes. The Daily…

Some Missouri lawmakers get failing grade from think tank

The Center for Security Policy released its eighth report on “Champions of National Security.” The group began grading Congress members on how they vote on issues that deal with national…

Voter registrations have county clerk’s office backed up with election approachi

A four-inch stack of completed voter registration cards were piled on top of Ray County Voter Registrar Lori Naylor’s desk. “This is just from last week,” Naylor said. Around 200…

Nixon meets with Ford autoworkers about future

Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon made a stop to talk to Ford autoworkers in Claycomo and outline his plan for Missouri’s future as governor if elected Nov. 4. His visit…

Bond brings big bat to Excelsior Springs for Nance

As Clay County Republican Chairman Ben Wierzbicki put it: “We brought in our heavy hitter.” U.S. Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., made an appearance in Excelsior Springs yesterday to lend his…

Health and school officials advise parents about MRSA

Three confirmed cases of MRSA, a staph skin infection, have been found in two Sunrise Elementary students and one middle school student recently. Richmond Superintendent Jim Robins issued a letter…

The circus is coming to town

The Kelly Miller Circus rolls into town on Friday. The circus, sponsored by the Richmond Kiwanis Club, will have two performances at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased…