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MoDOT on Highway T: ‘several months away from a solution’

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Estimates to repair the damage to Missouri Route T and the railway below have reached more than $1.5 million, a funding source for repairs has yet…

River sustains vitality in Glasgow

TOWN ON THE MISSOURI FOSTERS ITS NOSTALGIC FEEL By David Knopf/News Editor Unlike Camden, the waterfront town of Glasgow hasn’t been left high and dry by the whims of nature.…

Eye in the sky: Orrick weighs drone ordinance

By David Knopf/News Editor Orrick Air Space It’s not a term you’ll often hear, but it was up for discussion at June’s Board of Aldermen meeting. Mayor Cindy Lampton said…

Hardin truck, tractor pull returns

After a two-year hiatus By David Knopf/News Editor Tractors will be spinning wheels, pulling wheelies and belching diesel smoke again July 25 when Hardin-Central Young Farmers resume the Annual Truck…

Farris to premier Minions movie July 9

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff For the first time since 1999, the Farris Theatre will show a movie on the date of its national premiere. Richmond’s historic theater will show…

Train collision sends BNSF truck driver to hospital

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer A railroad dump truck apparently headed to a worksite collided with a train engine while the truck driver attempted to cross a railroad track Tuesday. The…

Local ties flavor assisted care opening

First resident settles in, served by staff from Richmond, Ray County, Lexington, Excelsior By David Knopf/News Editor Oak Pointe, the new assisted living and memory care facility, welcomed its first resident…

Vote on sewer rates delayed a month

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer A vote on a proposal that would lower the base rate for sewer service for most residential Richmond users was postponed Tuesday evening after landlords and…

Hardin officials talk with citizens about local drugs, nuisance house

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Some Hardin residents are called on city officials to bust an alleged meth lab and inquired about the city’s efforts to deal with Hardin’s…

With new machines, Ray meets election requirements

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Civics classes teach that voting is critical to the function of democracies, so it may stand to reason that it’s valuable to make voting easier…