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Voters to decide on sales tax renewal

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor A measure to keep Richmond’s half-cent sales tax is up for renewal this year. Funds raised from the tax go toward roadwork on the city’s…

Bridge closure places toll on farmers

Henrietta bridge closed because of safety hazards also causing other safety concerns By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Imagine your town’s two central north and southbound arteries are closed to traffic…

Three vie for Senate District 21

Candidates decline to sign no-tax pledge, differ on voter ID issue Question: What would be your priorities if elected to the Missouri Senate? El Gene Ver Dught, Democrat • Increased…

Rescuing Richmond just got easier

Richmond Rural Fire District purchases next generation extracation equipment By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor ow in use for local firefighters in the Richmond Rural Fire Protection District and Richmond Fire…

Henrietta enacts new mobile home regulations

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News Henrietta Board of Alderman approved new regulations residents must comply with if they want to bring in a mobile home to the city limits…

Candidates address improved efficiencies of office

Richmond News has asked Ray County and local state candidates in contested races to answer questions regarding the office they seek for readers to gain a better understanding of candidates.…

Video recording of classes by student teachers approved by R-XI

Parents to sign permission slips before students can be taped By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The Orrick R-XI Board of Education approved changes to district policy that allows student teachers to…

Hundreds register to vote for Nov. 8 election

Increase larger than any time in the past six years, county clerk says By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Ray County Clerk Glenda Powell said more people have registered to…

Bell game win caps undefeated regular season

Making recess more fun for Dear students

R-XVI considers buying playground equipment By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer The Richmond R-XVI Board of Education is considering purchasing additional playground equipment for Dear Elementary School, which could include…