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State brings back MORx program

By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Hundreds of Ray Countians could receive assistance with their medications again after state budgeting issues almost shut down a prescription drug assistance program. In Ray…

Feasibility study OKed to explore consolidation

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Hardin-Central Superintendent Trey Cavanah is seeking some professional guidance in exploring the feasibility of consolidating the Hardin-Central C-2 and Norborne R-VIII school districts.…

Horse raceo ‘barrels of fun’ at Ray fairgrounds

City, R-XVI agree on set funding formula for SRO

School resource officer contract renewed without county funding By Leah Wankum, Editor Richmond’s city government and school district have renewed their school resource officer contract for the third consecutive year,…

State cuts impact independent living centers

Some Ray County residents to lose hours of in-home care By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Some Ray County residents are left without hours of care because of state funding cuts for…

Annexing Albany?

Orrick council considers annexation of the disincorporated community By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer The Orrick Board of Aldermen is discussing possible annexation of Albany, a disincorporated town just across Missouri…

Pass to play taken up a notch

RHS student athletes’ grades to be monitored every two weeks for 2017-18 school season By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Some Richmond students might have to spend more time…

New senior housing slated for Aug. 1 completion

By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer A new income-based housing development will soon be available for seniors hoping to live in Richmond. Harvest Hills Villas, a senior housing development for people…

Gas can thief caught in the act

By Skyla Sullivan, Excelsior Springs Standard A Wood Heights public works employee who was coming into work Tuesday interrupted a burglary in the works at city hall, stealing gas cans.…

Trial date set in involuntary manslaughter case

By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer A criminal case against a man charged with allegedly killing his father in a drunk driving accident is set to go to a jury trial.…