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Harvesters’ distributions need more money, volunteers

Those trying to help the needy in Ray County are in need of more help themselves. Last October the Fleming Baptist Church took on the role as Ray County’s distribution…

Intersection may soon get relief

Some relief for traffic traveling along Main Street at Spartan Drive may soon be coming. Mike Sanders with the Missouri Department of Transportation said Monday that video sequence equipment for…

Council wants to change culture at City Hall

With a little less than two months on the job, the new Richmond City Council wants to change the culture at City Hall. On Friday, Councilman Roger Kepple expressed that…

Messer pleads guilty to forcible rape

An Orrick man has pleaded guilty to rape. Tyler D. Messer, 23, will have a sentencing hearing on July 23 after his attorney requested a sentencing evaluation report from the…

Cub Play

Cub Scout Day Camp is being held in Richmond this year, at the Ray County Fairgrounds. Cubbies and leaders from Lexington, Carrollton, Richmond and Odessa were already setting up camp…

Gills featured in Mayo Clinic magazine

Ray and Lucille Gill’s generosity is well known in Ray County. However, the couple’s philanthropy is now known worldwide as they were recently highlighted in Mayo Clinic’s Mayo Magazine. The…

A touch of color

“It’s a group effort,” said Richmond High School Art Teacher Jared Ripley (seated beneath the scaffold). “It started out as the RHS Art Club, but really is a volunteer effort…

Councilmen challenge former councilman’s appointment to board

Some current city councilmen are now challenging the appointment of a former city councilman to the Board of Zoning Adjustments. Last month Mayor Lance Green appointed former Councilman Scott Marshall…

Committee recommends city legals, advertising return to Richmond

The Richmond Ordinance Committee will recommend passage of an ordinance that would bring legal and bid advertisements back to Richmond. The recommendation came with little discussion on Friday afternoon, but…

Locals travel to other states to raise money for charities

With Relay for Life coming up this weekend, the subject of walking for a cure is an ongoing theme throughout the year. Two individuals with local ties will represent Richmond…