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15-year sentence given in sex crime case

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Richmond man pleaded guilty to committing sex crimes with minors in exchange for a plea bargain that will result in him spending 15 years in…

A public view of the new RHS science lab

Tornado-wrecked structure scheduled for demo

RIVER BEND APARTMENTS IN ORRICK By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The owners of the River Bend Apartments in Orrick might soon remove buildings that were severely damaged in the May 2014…

Richmond city, rural fire reach agreement

Contract for services comes after months of negotiations By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Two fire agencies – the City of Richmond’s department and the Richmond Fire Protection District – are…

K.C. man charged with selling meth in Ray County

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Kansas City, Mo., man has been charged with distributing meth in Ray County following a vehicle search in Lawson. Stephen Burch, 57, is charged with…

Search for Dollar General robber continues

By Jae Juarez/Excelsior Springs Standard Wood Heights Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place Sunday, Sept. 11, at the Dollar General Store on Hwy. 10 in Wood Heights.…

‘Bad guys’ put on a good show as part of Outlaw Days

Richmond earns better ISO fire rating

Insurance customers should see savings By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor me outside the city limits, could see savings on insurance premiums, thanks to a newly awarded fire protection classification rating.…

‘Safe Exchange Zone’ now open

Designated parking spaces in front of Ray County 911 for child custody exchanges, business deals By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Ray County residents can now use a “Safe Exchange…

Lawson resident pleads to fifth DWI

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Lawson man has pleaded guilty to his fifth DWI conviction, a Class C felony, in exchange for a plea bargain. Kyle Boston, 32, pleaded guilty…