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75 attend Stet meeting for Aug. ballot measure

The Stet School Board on Sunday presented a financial state of the district that laid out how the proposed tax-levy increase could help the district. The figures were discussed at…

Richmond girl receives new set of lungs

Richmond 9-year-old Emilee Hendricks received a new set of lungs Saturday – and, her family hopes, a new lease on life. Hendricks was in intensive care Monday at St. Louis…

Council considers relief for $3,000+ water bill

The Richmond City Council will consider what relief it can give a Richmond man saddled with a $3,000-plus water bill. Luke Feighert told the council’s Public Works Committee he was…

Two area women injured in one-vehicle accident

Two Richmond women suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident July 17. Bruce K. Higgins, 48 of Richmond, was driving eastbound on Highway 10 in a 1996 Pontiac when his…

‘Express’ cap town tour with Saturday concert

Expecting the usual fare, customers who came to Joyce’s Family Restaurant for a late lunch Monday were served a helping of live country, bluegrass and old-time music with their cheeseburgers…

Woodrail, Dale meeting may change sewer issue

A few days can change a lot. On Tuesday, the Richmond Public Works Committee met with Woodrail subdivision residents to discuss fixing the subdivision’s tie-in to Richmond’s sewer system with…

District struggles with money for Career Ladder

Some Richmond teachers may lose as much as $5,000 in income if school board members follow the state’s lead and cut funding for the Career Ladder program. Career Ladder has…

August trial setting slated for Zimmerman

Carol A. Thomas’ third and final alleged assailant may learn his trial date in less than two weeks. Erik R. Zimmerman of Excelsior Springs faces a trial-setting Aug. 4 at…

May 2011 trial date for Mohler, Jr.

The Lafayette County Prosecutor’s office has a sixth and final date to try a Mohler family member on multiple sex-crime counts. Fifteenth Circuit Judge Dennis Rolf set Burrell E. Mohler…

Don’t let the ponytails fool you

There was plenty to catch the eye at the 2010 Ray County Fair swine competition – 250-pound Berkshire hogs are hard to miss – but 4-year-old Abigail Burns was center…