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Charges filed against two for distributing drugs near a school

On Feb. 9 the Ray County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Richmond Police Dept., arrested Lois J. Comstock for FTA on Narcotics charges. Ray County Deputies Capt. Brian Bush and…

Third defendant in meth case receives probation

The third and final defendant in the Mike Williams meth case has received probation as part of a plea agreement. Vanessa Whelchel was charged with two counts of possession of…

Local store clerk testifies to amend Nance’s liquor license bill

Michelle Dickey of Richmond traveled to Jefferson City Wednesday, Feb. 18 with her employers, John and Beth Letzig, to address the Committee on Local Government in an effort to present…

Gas station owners split on pay before you pump

Richmond gas station owners are split over an ordinance that would require gas purchasers to pay before pumping their gas. All of Richmond’s filling stations were represented last night at…

Ideal Industries begins renovation on square

With an additional workload already here for Ray County Service, expansion is necessary to keep up. Renovation work began this week on the old education building that sat behind the…

Snow storm kept police busy Saturday

While many Richmond residents were clearing off sidewalks on Saturday, Richmond Police were clearing accidents. Police cleared four one-vehicle crashes in a four and half hour time period Saturday morning…

Skelton returns home after long trip to Asia

Many of America’s Armed Forces are on the move in the Pacific and the challenges are greater than just packing some bags according to those who oversee the process. Congressman…

Skelton pays homage to fallen Marines

Among the many hours spent in the Pacific last month by the House Armed Services Committee, Congressman Ike Skelton and his colleagues got a chance to spend a couple of…

Couples share feedback on marriage

Though the Marriage Conference 2009 “No Partner Left Behind: Changing Lives One Marriage at a Time,” has come and gone, the lessons and inspiration gained will live on at least…

Richmond lends helping hand to Henrietta for sewer issues

The cash-strapped town of Henrietta has found some financial relief for a sewer system that is draining its money supply. The Richmond City Council approved a contract last week that…