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Swaffords will quit selling Chrysler products

In bankruptcy court Thursday, Chrysler announced plans to eliminate 789 (about 25 percent) of its 3,200 dealers. In Missouri, that means 26 dealerships will close or eventually no longer sell…

Fowler requests amendment to bus contract

Fowler Bus Co. applied for and received an Environmental Protection Agency grant that will help fund upgrades to each bus in the fleet. Guidelines for the 2009-2010 school year indicate…

Stucker says Orrick school district in good shape

Orrick School District Superintendent Marcus Stucker reported last month that financially the district is in good shape and currently the district is at 67 percent of the 2008-2009 school year’s…

Some councilmen feel misled about fire station grant

Councilwoman Terrie Stanley rescinded her vote for an $855 expenditure for an exhaust system at the Richmond Fire Department. Stanley said Tuesday night at the City Council meeting that she…

Bicycle Safety Day Saturday

The Richmond Police Department will be holding a Bicycle Safety Day Saturday, May 16, 2009 for children of all ages. Bicycle Safety Day is conducted to promote bicycle safety and…

Math practice brings dividends to RMS students

Four eighth grade boys from Richmond Middle School made their mark at the MCTM State Mathematics Contest held in Springfeild on April 25. “This is the first year we’ve ever…

Senior Services Board pleased with survey response

The Ray County Board of Senior Services unveiled the results of a recently conducted survey on Tuesday and was pleased with the response. A total of 520 Ray County residents…

Deadline approaches to put bond issue on ballet

Council members have only a couple of weeks to decide whether or not they will ask voters for money. The council has until May 26 to file for the August…

Council questions union official

With a vote less than a week away, city firefighters still won’t tell residents why they want to join a union. The question was asked to Local 3133 Vice President…

Former councilman appointed to zoning board

It took a tie-breaking vote last night by Mayor Lance Green to appoint former City Councilman Scott Marshall to the Board of Zoning Adjustments. Councilman Bob Bond, Jim Dunwoodie, Terrie…