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Richmond officials have say on court audit

Richmond city officials feel a recent state audit of Richmond’s municipal court warrants clarification. Richmond Municipal Court Judge Thomas Fincham took issue with a Daily News article describing $47,000 the…

R-XVI Board approves bid process for uniforms

Richmond School Board voted 6-0 to accept bids for Richmond High School band uniforms in its monthly meeting on Tuesday. Board member Connie Taylor was absent. Earlier in the meeting,…

Municipal, school board filings begin Dec. 15

Candidates seeking Ward I, II, III or IV city council seats may submit filings at 8 a.m. Dec. 15 thru 5 p.m. Jan. 19, 2010, in the Richmond City Clerk’s…

Old man winter is here

An artic blast changed some day-to-day life around Ray County overnight. Richmond didn’t receive heavy snows that pelted thenorthwest Missouri regions, however the snow-rain-snow combination created icy roads and blowing…

Fitzwater appointed Presiding Commissioner

After 106 days, the wait is over. Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed Rodger L. Fitzwater, 47, of rural Norborne, as presiding commissioner for Ray County on Tuesday. Fitzwater’s appointment fills…

Resident asks for help in neighborhood traffic problem

A Richmond citizen hopes Richmond police will watch his neighborhood’s traffic patterns a little more closely. Darneal Court resident Paul Lundholme e-mailed City Administrator Rick Childers asking the to city…

Two die in Sunday morning crash

Two Lafayette County men died in a head-on collision Sunday morning on Highway 13, just south of Slusher School Road. A 1994 Ford, driven by Ronald A. Mason, 32, of…

Space heater likely cause of Friday fire

Richmond firefighters successfully contained an early Friday morning fire before it could consume a Business 10 Highway home. An EMS unit saw smoke at Jim Dorton’s home, 39454 Business Highway…

Commissioner hospitalized after stroke

Western Ray County Commissioner Mike Twyman has moved from Excelsior Springs Medical Center to North Kansas City Hospital, following a Thursday afternoon stroke. A North Kansas City Hospital official said…

Bomb threat likely reduced to graffiti

Richmond Police believe a bomb threat investigated at Richmond High School likely wasn’t a legitimate one, according to an investigation. Police Chief Terri McWilliams said Friday morning a pencil-graffiti message…