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Carrollton man killed in Monday morning accident

Robert H. Gerlt, 56, of Carrollton was pronounced dead at 4:40 a.m. by Ray County Coroner Jim Garrison at the scene of a two-car accident .1 mile east of Richmond…

Farris gets top-of-the line makeover

All makeovers start with properly and completely cleaning the surface, whether it’s a person’s face or a building. You deep clean the pores and ‘skin’ and go from there. That’s…

Major water break disrupts service

A major water line break Friday morning disrupted water service for Richmond customers during the holiday weekend, while others living in higher elevations still have very limited service. At presstime,…

One killed, one seriously injured in wreck near Hardin

A man died early Monday morning in a head-on collision, around 5 a.m., approximately two miles east of Richmond on Highway 10. Ray County Coroner Jim Garrison said the man…

13th annual ‘Pull of the Year’ is July 25

If you love the sights and sounds of a good tractor pull, then you’ll really love those of a great tractor pull. The Hardin-Central Young Farmers have scheduled the 13th…

FEMA to assess county spring damage

The Ray County Commission will have one more short waiting game on its hands before wrapping up repairs to spring storm damages. The Commissioners joined representatives of 21 Missouri entities…

Father & Son join forces

Joining the National Guard is a decision some of our young men make during their last year of high school or shortly after graduation. RHS 2009 graduate Robbie McPherson made…

Orrick’s Dr. Laura McKee partners with Renfro Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Laura McKee is indecisive – in the best way. Renfro Veterinary Clinic’s newest veterinarian arrived in June after receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of Central…

A tradition continues: America’s flag to line Main

When you awake Saturday morning, she’ll be there – the Grand Old Flag. America’s Stars and Stripes will be waving proudly from homes, businesses, around the square and up and…

Cates Street Closing Discussed at Hearing

A public hearing on the partial closure of Cates Street in Richmond might have found an agreeable compromise for all interested parties. City Administrator Rick Childers told the audience the…