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Ray responds to Joplin disaster

As LindyAnne Johnson and her husband Neil drove through Joplin streets with their 10-year-old son Dalton and a van full of supplies, they realized that following directions to the city’s…

No public comment angers school patrons

ORRICK – Nearly 65 people attended the monthly Orrick School Board meeting Monday night – about three times the usual number. The tension in the packed school library could have…

Donations sought for Joplin tornado victims

Richmond Fire Department is coordinating efforts with Richmond First Baptist Church and Richmond schools to distribute aid to victims of Sunday’s EF4 tornado in Joplin. Residents wishing to donate bottled…

18-year-old arrested in Pointer’s robbery

Richmond police have arrested an 18-year-old Richmond man for the May 13 burglary of Pointer’s Jewelers in Richmond. Bo Daniels Montes-Scogin was charged Friday with C felony burglary, C felony…

RED CARPET TREATMENT FOR RHS GRADS

Photo PHOTO: Richmond High School graduate Sara Ogan, center, stops for a moment during the graduation processional to get her photo taken by a family member Sunday at the 128th…

Eligibility of Orrick board member on agenda

A two-month underground controversy has reached tonight’s Orrick Board of Education agenda regarding the eligibility of a standing board member. Orrick School Board member Tim Twyman’s property stretches through both…

Survivor’s Dinner showcases ‘heroes’

The Relay for Life of Ray County Committee welcomed 50 cancer survivors and their guests at the annual Survivor’s Dinner Thursday night at Richmond United Presbyterian Church. The nearly 120…

City looks into water runoff problem

The Richmond Public Works Committee took a first step Monday toward solving storm runoff that collects in an area between Clark Street and Wollard Boulevard. At a special noon meeting,…

Write-in candidate Hogan hitting the ground running

Being on the outside looking in and having concerns about Richmond city government didn’t add up for Carla Hogan. So Hogan, the new Ward II city councilwoman, did something about…

CONGRATS FROM GRANDPA

Photo PHOTO: Richmond Rotary President Scott Farmers hugs his granddaughter senior Caley Blair, who was one of two recipients of a Richmond Rotary scholarship at Richmond High School’s award assembly…