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Judge Busch resigns from post

David H. Busch paused, removed his glasses and looked into the distance thoughtfully for a moment from behind his desk. The Ray County Associate Circuit Court Judge will retire in…

Orrick shows appreciation for long-time clerk

June of 1982 saw President Ronald Reagan in his first term of office. It was also the year when Jeanette Hensley of Orrick began working as the city clerk for…

Square may get additional stop signs

Richmond’s Public Safety Committee is pushing for safety signage changes in the near future. New stop signs at the intersections of College and North Main and North Thornton and Main…

An American & Palestinian: praying for peace – together

For the past 10 years Rob Kinnard has been going to the country of Lebanon as a representative of Living Faith Ministry International, to share his testimony of the Gospel…

Woodrail seeks sewer bill relief

Richmond city officials and the owners and residents of the Woodrail subdivision will be revisiting an old, difficult issue in the coming months. Several Woodrail residents appeared before the Richmond…

Storm aftermath big topic at council

Water – either the lack of it or the overabundance it – drove numerous discussions at last night’s Richmond City Council meeting. Praise came frequently to city workers and volunteer…

Chief Sims ordeal continues

Though not yet ready to be filed, the lawsuit between Orrick Police Chief Troy Sims and the city of Orrick is beginning to take shape. David Lunceford, the Lee’s Summit…

Humane Society over capacity with cats, dogs

Some of the most helpless victims of tough economic times are showing up at shelters across the United States and Ray County is feeling the pinch. On Saturday, the Ray…

Burns Title Building: ‘very bad’ damage

The team at Burns Title will still be in business but displaced, thanks to last Friday’s early morning storm. Powerful winds and rain visited a familiar curse on Sandy Burns’…

Allwood stresses a tight budget

Although auditors said the city’s finances are “heading in the right direction,” Richmond Finance Director Melanie Allwood considers last year’s cuts as the first step. Allwood emphasized that the city…