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Committee recommends APAC for road work

Members of Richmond’s public works committee agreed Thursday to recommend the city hire APAC-Missouri, Inc. to mill and overlay ailing streets in all four wards. APAC’s hiring won’t be formal…

Orrick man dies in road accident

An Orrick man lost his life Friday when his tractor trailer traveled off Highway 36, six miles east of Chillicothe. Garry W. Pennington, 52, was driving east on Highway 36…

Fees for penned animals on Rayville village agenda

A proposed new ordinance in the village of Rayville has caused quite a stir, not only dividing the board of trustees, but the community as well. The ordinance calls for…

Schools cut budgets to make the grade

When Hardin students return to school Aug. 15, they may go, “whoa!” and reach for the sunglasses. That’s because Bill McGraw, the school’s maintenance man since the late 1970s, teamed…

Renewal of Richmond road tax on Nov. ballot

Richmond City Council opted Tuesday to spell out in exact language how proceeds from a five-year, half-cent transportation sales tax would be used if voters approve renewal. On the books…

Renewal of Richmond road tax on Nov. ballot

Richmond City Council opted Tuesday to spell out in exact language how proceeds from a five-year, half-cent transportation sales tax would be used if voters approve renewal. On the books…

Homemade goods and down-home volunteers coordinate annual Stet Fire Department

The numbers tell part of the story for Stet’s volunteer fire department. Founded in 1964, the organization’s 25 or so volunteers protect around 1,500 people in Ray and Carroll counties…

Stet man charged in sex crimes

Carroll County Prosecutor Cassandra N. Brown charged a Stet man July 21 with three sex crimes involving a female who is a minor and also a relative of the accused.…

Smash ’em up, Crash ’em up

The frame benders were out in force Saturday for the annual Ray County Fair Demolition Derby. Organizers delayed the scheduled start by about an hour to consult with drivers and…

Small streamlining Orrick board meetings

When the Orrick Board of Education met July 18 for its final meeting of the summer, it was also Chris Small’s first meeting as the district’s new superintendent. Small was…