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Park Board to withhold sum until completion of courts

Richmond’s Parks Board doesn’t plan on paying a Kansas City firm what it owes until the board gets what it’s paying for, according to the board’s treasurer. The city owes…

Fires destroy two homes, claim one life

Fires ravaged the homes of two Ray County families, taking the life of a Camden resident on Friday, Jan. 8. Clarence Baum, Jr. 87, was found dead by Richmond firefighters…

‘Everyman’ Billy Darnell entered race to give Ward I choices

Fate sometimes delivers interesting timing. Billy Darnell didn’t enter Richmond’s 2010 Ward I City Council race with grand political ambitions. He hadn’t really taken an interest in running for office…

Sunshine Law seminars slated for city officials

Tom Durkin, a representative of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, will visit Ray County twice in the next two months to lead seminars on The Sunshine Law. Durkin isn’t an…

Missouri budget Stouffer’s top priority

Sen. Bill Stouffer says his legislative priority is a new budget that takes the state’s current revenue shortfall and future budgets into account, while guarding against using $1 billion in…

Wicked winds, snow keep crews busy

Road and public works crews around Ray County know what storms this big usually mean, said Allen Dale. Ray County’s Eastern Commissioner knows very well these men and their machines…

Outdoor dogs, cats need special care in subzero weather

Bunsie, a longhaired rescue cat, knew when it was time to leave our basement and live on his own outdoors. It was late fall/early winter then, and the weather was…

Brutal cold bears down

Lucas Hook, a sophomore at Richmond High School, needed every stitch of clothing Thursday morning as he and other students out of school shoveled the sidewalks of the Ray County…

Brutal cold bears down

Lucas Hook, a sophomore at Richmond High School, needed every stitch of clothing Thursday morning as he and other students out of school shoveled the sidewalks of the Ray County…

Keen drops from race amidst financial pressures

It wasn’t a month ago that former councilman Chris Keen announced that in April he would seek incumbent Tom Williams’ Ward I City Council seat. In a Daily News story,…