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Pool issues continue to put outdoor shows in jeopardy

Richmond City Administrator Rick Childers added one more problem Tuesday evening to the growing list of issues plaguing the Richmond Amphitheater. The Southview Park performance venue in the shadow of…

Wrisinger trial set for January

Ronald D. Wrisinger will stand trial for first-degree murder starting Jan. 11 in Carrollton. Ray County Prosecuting Attorney James Thompson’s office confirmed Tuesday that Wrisinger’s trial is scheduled to run…

Tax-free holiday for back to school begins Friday

Many parents look forward to back-to-school sales, and one of the favorites is the Back to School Sales Tax Holiday. Beginning this Friday at 12:01 a.m., and ending at midnight…

Council members weigh in on master trade requirement, code review

Spectators can expect two issues to keep reoccurring in discussions of a possible code review committee for the city of Richmond: Who sits on it, and how do they feel…

Back to School Fair aids 200 kids

The first day of school is only13 days away. In an effort to assist, 200 school-age children will be given school supplies at the 2009 Ray County Back to School…

Enrollment information for area schools

Enrollment information for new students and returning students is listed by school below: Hardin-Central C-2 School District Enrollment, Tuesday, Aug. 11 10:30 – 11 a.m., senior registration 11-11:30 a.m., junior…

Richmond woman hurt in one-vehicle accident

Lucila E. Wade, 41, of Richmond sustained moderate injuries when her 2007 Nissan ran off the road and overturned on Highway 10, east of Route N around 8:30 p.m Monday…

Crews close one entry to BP Amoco

BP Amoco customers now have just two ways to enter and exit the business located at the corner of Business Highway 10 and Spartan Drive. RAD Construction employees, left to…

First-time homebuyer program a ‘good deal’

Even if the housing market isn’t on the upswing yet, there’s still incentives for homebuyers. First-time homebuyers can still have their 2008 taxes amended to take advantage of the First-Time…

Good Samaritan Center is here to help

Working cooperatively with other agencies to prevent homelessness and provide basic needs is the mission of Excelsior Springs’ Good Samaritan Center, according to its Executive Director Bob Gerdes. The center,…