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Stet man charged in sex crimes

Carroll County Prosecutor Cassandra N. Brown charged a Stet man July 21 with three sex crimes involving a female who is a minor and also a relative of the accused.…

Smash ’em up, Crash ’em up

The frame benders were out in force Saturday for the annual Ray County Fair Demolition Derby. Organizers delayed the scheduled start by about an hour to consult with drivers and…

Small streamlining Orrick board meetings

When the Orrick Board of Education met July 18 for its final meeting of the summer, it was also Chris Small’s first meeting as the district’s new superintendent. Small was…

IT’S SHOWTIME!

The Ray County Fairgrounds were a busy place this week as people gathered to see everything from 4-H and FFA exhibits to the swine and beef shows. The impact of…

Excelsior man charged in alleged rape

A 27-year-old Excelsior Springs-area man has been charged with forcible sodomy, a felony, in the alleged sexual attack on a 33-year-old Richmond woman. David Ellison was charged July 11 with…

Emley hired as curator of Ray County Museum

Out of the blue, Linda Emley said she offered a suggestion. Emley, a member of the Ray County Historical Society board of directors, must’ve cringed when she heard a proposal…

Missouri representatives at work on ‘Caylee’s Law’

The disappearance of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony has been a hot topic of conversation since she was reported missing in 2008. Caylee’s body was eventually found, six months after she had…

Bulldogs, Spartans part of Lions Club All-Stars

Drivers and fans will gather at the Historic Half Mile of the Missouri State Fair Speedway in Sedalia when engines roar back to life for the annual State Fair Championships.…

FFA, 4-H compete for ‘Super Teen’ title

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Hot rodders put medal to the metal

The Ray County Fair always draws a big crowd, but at this year’s Hot Rod Tractor Pull numbers were down dramatically. The high temperatures seemed to be the unanimous culprit.…