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Jay Ashcroft jumps into political arena

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor An outsider with an insider’s upbringing relishes his role as an outsider as he jumps into his first political race – and it’s a big…

Shoppers’ wish comes true

New shop gives locals a place to buy gifts and home décor By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Janet Duncan says everyone who comes in her new store makes the same…

Richmond’s Hamilton crowned Miss Ray County

Ray County Library completes repairs

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer At the Ray County Library, workers recently completed a month-long $86,500 project to repair damage to a wall near the roof of the building’s…

City clears overgrown grass at Polley property

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor With the ownership of the former Polley Funeral Home technically in legal limbo, no one is maintaining the property. So City of Richmond crews cut…

Mom shown smoking meth in post pleads guilty to child endangerment

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Richmond mother shown in a Facebook photo smoking meth while sitting next to her then-six-month-old daughter pleaded guilty to child endangerment June 1 at the…

Early planting, weather right mix for corn crop

So far, so good for area growers By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Typically, from about mid-spring through the early fall, Ray County residents driving along the state highways and…

Facebook photo nets man sexual exploitation charge

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A 19-year old Richmond man is charged with sexual exploitation of a minor and possession of child pornography after allegedly posting pictures of his 14-year old…

Garrison makes first appearance under murder charges

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Randy Garrison, charged with the murder of his two sons, appeared in 8th Circuit Court for the first time under revised charges Tuesday, June 7. Garrison,…

County clerk encourages Ray Countians to vote

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor When Ray County Clerk Glenda Powell talks about voting, her passion is obvious. She almost pleads when she makes her case. “Please vote, please vote,…