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‘Eye in sky’ to aid traffi c fl ow

There are some new “eyes in the sky” at the intersection of Spartan Drive and Main Street. New video-detection cameras were installed Tuesday to help with traffic flow in and…

Goal of bond is to treat sewage at a single site

If Richmond voters pass next Tuesday’s $4.75-million bond for waste-treatment improvements, it would give the city funding to consolidate operations at an expanded south plant and close a north plant…

Pastor of food giveaway to meet with city on April 12

Nelson Holmes, pastor of Lighthouse Baptist Church in Richmond, said he’s been invited to an April 12 meeting at city hall to discuss traffic issues resulting from the church’s monthly…

Sewers rank low on public’s ‘need to know’ list

(The Richmond News toured the city’s north and south wastewater plants and spoke with City Administrator Ron Brohammer about city plans to bring its sewage plants into compliance with government…

SCOUTING LEGACY LEAVES ITS MARK

A light swirl of snow fell on the deep burgundy bricks and the people who gathered on the west lawn of Ray County Courthouse Saturday to find their name or…

Judge denies motions in shooting case

Associate Circuit Judge James Thompson on Tuesday denied two motions made by an attorney for Jerry Nail, 23, an Orrick man charged with three felonies in last month’s shooting of…

Committee concerned by food-distribution traffi c on Hwy. 13

The traffic resulting from a popular monthly food distribution at a Richmond church has prompted city officials to discuss possible rerouting or new locations. When the City Council Public Safety…

Slight rise in county population, town totals down

Ray County’s population had a modest gain – 140 people – in the government’s recently released 2010 census numbers compared to 2000. The county’s official population is now 23,494, the…

‘VILLAIN’ GETS UPPER HAND ON ‘GOOD GUY’

Photo PHOTO: The Cancun Kid of St. Lucia, Mexico braces for a body slam from villian Jason Jones of Charlotte, N.C. during the first card of World Wrestling League wrestling…

10 bridges slated for rebuilds this year

Ray County drivers may not like the delays and detours, but they can’t complain about being shortchanged by Missouri Department of Transportation’s bridge-building program. When the 800 Better Bridges program…