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From caped crusaders to cardio workouts

Richmond chamber, hospital combine annual fairs to offer a more varied event By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff Writer Richmond’s fourth annual Health & Business Fair came together Saturday in a vibrant…

A trained eye toward the sky

March 24 meeting seeking emergency response team members By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A natural disaster can strike at any time. But first responders, such as firefighters and medics, may…

Chili competition raises money for Richmond Shrine Club

Cooks work diligently at their stations as diners to savor the creations By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer CASI (Chili Appreciation Society International) hosted a chili competition on Saturday to raise…

‘SPRING AHEAD’ SUNDAY

Daylight Saving Time begins 2 a.m. Sunday. Remember to move your clocks ahead one hour. It is also a good time to check the batteries in your home’s smoke alarms.…

Tax season brings rise in IRS scams

Scam caller tells Richmond man he owed thousands in unpaid taxes By Jason Beets/Staff Writer No one likes preparing taxes. Taxpayers have until April 18 to file their taxes with the…

A rare and exceptional soldier

Three-time Bronze Star recipient Terry honored for service By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor World War II Veteran Charles Terry offered a crisp salute to everyone passing by – even if…

A nice neighbor

Neighboring Clay County gives K-9 cruiser, equipment to sheriff’s department By David Knopf/Excelsior Springs Standard “Redistribution of wealth” is a buzz phrase in today’s political arena. But in Clay County, it was…

Wood Heights fire board resignation stuns crowd

By Jae Juarez/Excelsior Springs Standard It took nearly two hours of heated discussion, and even then Wood Heights Fire Protection District board members and volunteers couldn’t reach agreement on how…

Council approves dog boarding, well maintenance ordinances

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor “In the dog house” may soon be a good thing in Richmond. A new dog boarding facility got the go ahead Tuesday from the Richmond City…

Ray County taxpayers received $3.2 million in EITC 

  St Louis – Last year 1,400 working individuals and families in Ray County received more than $3.2 million in Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC). An average of $2,339. “The…