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Ray County Library marks annual week with special events, contests and games

Next week, Ray County Library will join libraries in schools, campuses and communities across the country to celebrate National Library Week, April 13-19. The week was established to draw attention…

Hunting morels: Thanks to the small number of us who feed the rest, there’s more time for noble pursuits

By Rebecca French Smith I have worn glasses since the sixth grade. That said, even with corrected sight I find the Missouri morel an extremely elusive variety of mushroom to…

Working as one to keep our farms healthy

By Rep. Emanuel Cleaver Finally, a farm bill! This is a leading line that says so much here in Missouri’s Fifth District. And it says a lot in Washington, as…

The latest additions to shelter pets available for adoption

From Gloria, a Humane Society volunteer who photographs and sends descriptions of adoptable pets: “Mattie is a beautiful young female Cocker Spaniel.  She is about 2 or 3 years old…

Unofficial results of April 8 election

See additional information in the Thursday, April 10, Richmond News.   Ray County Road District Proposition Overall Totals Yes                  447 No                   299 Hardin                       Yes                  62 No                   19 Lawson          Yes                 …

Part of Highway 210 expansion begins

By David Knopf/Richmond News Last week’s wet weather pushed back plans for realigning a busy section of Highway 210 for bridge construction and lane expansion by a week. The work…

Inaugural Health Fair draws good reviews

By Russ Green/Richmond News The first Community Health Fair, sponsored by the Ray County Memorial Hospital, proved to be a successful one, according to Jennifer Gant, the Home Health Director…

Tech, communication top H-C board forum

By Shawn Roney/Richmond News curring topics of discussion during Monday night’s Hardin-Central Board of Education candidate forum in the school gym. Lasting roughly 90 minutes, the forum began with opening…

Building new fields of dreams

By David Knopf/Richmond News The sizzle and aroma of fried fish and the visual attraction of desserts will entertain the senses Sunday when Orrick Lions Club hosts a fundraiser at…

Mother of boys who died in fire charged with drug possession

By David Knopf/Richmond News The mother of two young boys who died in a December 2013 fire near Orrick has been charged with C Felony drug possession and three lesser…