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Senate holds hearing on bill to repeal ethanol blend requirements

A Missouri senator thinks corn grown in our state belongs in feed troughs, not in our gas tanks. Sen. Matt Bartle, R-Lee’s Summit, has filed a bill that would repeal…

Show Me Ethanol Investors approve capital call

Show Me Ethanol of Carrollton has passed its latest test for survival with a cash rally from investors. According to a filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission…

City considers changing marker regulations at city cemetery

City cemetery board members want some continuity in the cemetery and they are asking the city for help. Currently, grave marker regulations for the city require only flat markers made…

Speculation

Our forefathers – all the way back to the cave people – at some time figured out that there must be some way to calculate their status. That is a…

Nixon’s budget proposal cuts Extension offices

Last week’s State of the State speech by Gov. Jay Nixon did not have a lot of good news for the Missouri Farm Bureau and the University of Missouri Extension…

Two women seriously injured in accident

Two Richmond women were seriously injured on Friday when their car collided with a runaway trailer. Kelly A. Lee, 49, and Jacey N. Lee, 19, were taken to Centerpoint Hospital…

Snoftball game this Saturday in Richmond

It’s the Richmond High School faculty versus the RHS Student Council in the first ever “Snoftball” game on Saturday afternoon, at 1:30 p.m., at the Lady Spartan Softball Field in…

Wrestling royalty visits

Left to right: Corey Gordon, Reagan Gordon, Jasmine Thompkins and Jayde Taylor, all of Lexington, are among the many fans that got to meet wrestling idols Handsome Harley Race, right,…

Hardin still dealing with iron problems in water system

Another month goes by and the small city of Hardin is still facing problems with its water system. At last month’s regular Board of Aldermen meeting, Public Works Director Larry…

It’s raining cats and dogs

The Ray County Humane Society, located at 210 College Street, in Richmond currently has 21 dogs and 12 cats ready for adoption. Some of the dogs have been with the…