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Orrick BOA to schedule public hearing on Front Street building use By David Knopf-News Editor Orrick aldermen will hold a public hearing before the board’s March meeting to air an…

RHS football championship ring stolen in burglary

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher A 30-year-old Richmond woman was charged in the burglary of a rural Richmond home by Ray County Prosecutor Camille Johnston Feb. 9. Corinne Welch, 30,…

Keeping pace with large-scale farms

Ray-Carroll fertilizer plant in Hardin will be 50 times the size of its current facility By David Knopf-News Editor Hardin’s landscape is dominated by grain elevators and the city water…

Block grant paves the way for road, alley repairs

By David Knopf-News Editor Tandem Paving Co. of Blue Springs submitted the low bid of $215,225 Feb. 3 to repair Orrick’s deteriorating streets and pot-holed alleys. The project will be…

Reconciling city police fines, utility accounts urged in audit

By Shawn Roney-For the Richmond News Richmond should make some tweaks in its accounting of city funds. That was the overall message Westbrook & Co.’s Rita Russell gave the City…

Richmond man arrested after abduction, manhunt

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher A Richmond man faces arraignment today, Feb. 9, for charges after fleeing authorities on Highway O Thursday, Feb. 5. Edward Everett Arnold, 31, of Richmond,…

RMS now weather central

School district now tied into WeatherBug program to monitor weather conditions, relay information to National Weather Service, TV station By David Knopf-News Editor One of the most harrowing decisions for…

Growers likely to take risks to cut losses, but not add to sure profit

By David Knopf-News Editor Dr. Raymond Massey’s topic for Ray County farmers Feb. 5 was “Input Management in a Risky Time.” It could well have been subtitled “Human Nature and…

Daughter’s death renews family’s Ray County ties in tragic fashion

By David Knopf-News Editor Richard Wayne Bailey and his wife Roberta married young, and a year later graduated Orrick High School together. That was in 1977, about a decade after…

More than an interstate, Mighty Mo a ‘world river’

A shortage of available rail cars, as well as bumper crops and ideal river conditions, boosted Missouri’s barge traffic By David Knopf-News Editor Steve Engemann has a vested interest in…