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Big-time big band Glenn Miller a hit in Richmond

For several lifelong Richmond residents, Sunday was something special. It meant they’d be hearing the Glenn Miller Orchestra – their absolute favorites – play in person at the Farris Theatre.…

Levees monitored as river levels rise

Those charged with fl ood preparedness in Ray County continue to watch, work, wait and wonder. As communities to the north experience rising river levels and an increasing number of…

Levees monitored as river levels rise

Those charged with fl ood preparedness in Ray County continue to watch, work, wait and wonder. As communities to the north experience rising river levels and an increasing number of…

Refinancing to save city $208,000

There was no shortage of complex figures tossed around Tuesday before Richmond City Council unanimously voted to refinance a 2004 generalobligation bond. But only a few mattered when it comes…

Must a school be of ‘brick and mortar’? That’s the question

The Orrick School Board met June 27 to address the business of the district with a considerably smaller crowd than had at its last meeting. Without a lot of interruption,…

Hearing set July 21 for Leslie case

Judge Kevin Walden, the attorney for Ray County Deputy Public Administrator Felicia Leslie and Prosecutor Danielle Rogers agreed Friday that Leslie’s preliminary hearing would take place at 1:30 p.m. on…

Orrick BOE hires two administrators

Orrick Board of Education hired Christopher Small of New Bloomfield, Mo. as its district superintendent, replacing outgoing superintendent Dr. Marcus Stucker in a special meeting late last week. The board…

Orrick BOE hires two administrators

Orrick Board of Education hired Christopher Small of New Bloomfield, Mo. as its district superintendent, replacing outgoing superintendent Dr. Marcus Stucker in a special meeting late last week. The board…

Heavy rains, runoff a big concern

Assisted by a sandbagging machine and convict labor, a Corps of Engineers crew pumped out 7,500 bags in Henrietta Saturday to be stored in three locations for emergency use. The…

Heavy rains, runoff a big concern

Assisted by a sandbagging machine and convict labor, a Corps of Engineers crew pumped out 7,500 bags in Henrietta Saturday to be stored in three locations for emergency use. The…