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Missouri AG office gives lesson on Sunshine Law

The Missouri Sunshine Law doesn’t get half the respect it deserves, and Missouri Attorney General Public Education Director Tom Durkin could spend hours explaining why that’s the case. “It is…

Jackson’s legacy to Farris Theatre to be honored

Don Jackson, a supporter of the Farris Theatre, and the Kiwanis Theatre Guild will be spotlighted March 20 with a live stage show at the theatre. The tribute evening will…

Mass trans plan ready for April meeting

When TranSystems’ work is done in a matter of months, they’ll have completed something bigger than traffic counts, surveys, intersection studies and citizen feedback sessions. They’ll have helped finish something…

Healthcare training grant may come to FEC

The details look uncertain, but Ray County could soon share win a federal grant supporting professional health care and health care information training. Fifth District Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II shared…

Slick weekend conditions keep area law enforcement agencies busy

Ray County experienced a few weather-related incidents, but fortunately few injuries during a snowy weekend. Friday blasted the county with alternating snow and rain throughout the day. As a result,…

Slick weekend conditions keep area law enforcement agencies busy

Ray County experienced a few weather-related incidents, but fortunately few injuries during a snowy weekend. Friday blasted the county with alternating snow and rain throughout the day. As a result,…

Roy Blunt campaigns with job growth message

Following a 30-minute campaign visit to Richmond on Friday, U.S. Senate candidate Roy Blunt continued on a 19-city political caravan with the theme “Jobs for Missouri’s Future.” Blunt, a seven-term…

County 911 takes over city dispatch March 1

March 1 marks the official transition date for Richmond’s dispatch and emergency 911 services to combine with Ray County 911. That will mean a few procedural changes and emergency preparedness…

Henrietta vies for playground state grant

Henrietta could receive a generous parks grant, but it won’t solve every playground funding issue the city has. City Clerk Margie Long confirmed Saturday that Mid-America Regional Council grant-writer Molly…

Hometown girl fulfills dreams of practicing medicine

Professionals don’t always choose their professions. Sometimes, it seems their professions choose them. Board-certified physician Dr. Jamie Honeycutt co-owns the Richmond Family Clinic alongside colleague Dr. Nathan Inzerillo. In a…