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Orrick taxes to increase

Barring last-minute objections on Aug. 5, Orrick citizens will pay slightly higher property taxes over the coming year. Citizens raised practically no objections Tuesday to the Board of Aldermen first…

Aid needed for water lines, pump for Ugandan school and village

Drinking water – and water for washing, cooking and livestock – flows in what Fr. George Ssebadduka describes as a “nice protected stream” at the base of a hill in…

Carrollton man pleads not guilty to drug trafficking

Ryan A. Romans, 26, of Carrollton plead not guilty Tuesday in a Ray County Circuit Court arraignment on drug charges. Romans is charged with a Class B Felony of trafficking…

Henrietta swears in two new aldermen

The June 12 resignation of Bob and Teresa Duncan left the Henrietta Board of Aldermen with two vacant seats. And at Saturday’s meeting the board not only reviewed the five…

Fixing the bridges of Ray County

“Can’t get there from here” may be as good a description as any for the bridge repairs that are under way – or will soon start – in Ray County.…

Heated prosecutor’s race enters final round

Rogers, alternating roles as plaintiff and defendant. At its worst – some would say at its most entertaining – the campaign has been like a heavyweight prize fight, with McMahon…

KC woman arrested in Ray Co. police chase

A Kansas City woman is in Ray County custody on a $25,000 bond following a high-speed chase Wednesday morning. Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt.Norman Rodenberg chased 25-year-old Jenika R. Smith and…

Slip-sliding away at vacation Bible school

Kyle Anderson, 8, of Richmond, breezed down the water slide last week at the Richmond First Baptist Church Saddle Ridge Ranch vacation Bible school. Over 100 children, ages 5-13 years…

Trap, spay and neuter an option for feral cat issue

Richmond City Council Ordinance Committee members have an idea how they can solve the city’s feral-cat problem. It starts with letting citizens help. Chairman Roger Kepple hinted Thursday that passing…

Robins on way out; McCrary suit to settle?

Richmond School Board approved a separation agreement with Superintendent Jim Robins at an executive session July 20 and appears poised to settle a lawsuit with former employee Lisa McCrary. At…