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Water funds not created equal

This is the final installment of a five-part series examining Richmond’s infrastructure on water. Looking outward might reveal water rate-checking secrets to Richmond’s city leaders. Then again, it might not.…

Early morning fire destroys Camden home

The home of Patrick Heil was severely damaged by fire early Thursday morning. Richmond Fire Captain Brad Branson said the Camden home was “fully involved” in flames when the Richmond…

911 options narrow in County Commission caucus

A 911-consolidation caucus between the Ray County Commission and Richmond city officials brought both parties back to their original option. City Administrator Rick Childers and Richmond City Council members discussed…

Orrick’s 911 money crunch addressed

Orrick’s city council must make some tough choices to avoid reduced Ray County 911 services. Ray County 911 Director Scott Enss and 911 Board member Paul Harris addressed council Thursday…

Wife of late commissioner recommended for his seat

Diana Adams stood in front of the Ray County Democratic Central Committee Thursday night as a candidate to fill the presiding commissioner post, left when her husband, Jeff “Puff” Adams,…

Adams added to Circle of Honor

The Circle of Honor that surrounds the flagpole at Spartan Stadium will add a new memorial, as Richmond recognizes Jeff “Puff” Adams who passed away unexpectedly on Aug 23. Bill…

Get out and go: No reason to stay home this weekend

In typical Missouri fashion no one is sure what Mother Nature will do this weekend, but with so much to do surely she’ll enjoy the activities too and share her…

Bonds, grants or loans: What is the best funding?

This is Part IV of a 5-part series examining Richmond’s water and sewer systems. The Richmond City Council has water rate-hike solutions. They just don’t have any perfect ones. Since…

Friends, co-workers bid Lt. Rogers well

Russell Rogers’ career lay before him on a set of tables. Rogers, who celebrated the end of 29 years of service with the Richmond Police Department Wednesday evening, warmly greeted…

A love of horses brings Amanecer to Richmond

The second of two interviews featuring RHS foreign exchange students. Sixteen-year-old Amanecer Sanchez Galeano comes to Richmond from Madrid, Spain and is staying with host Barbara Porter. However, Amy has…