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Stouffer named to committee focused on stimulus money

Congress is expected to vote on a nearly trillion-dollar economic stimulus plan today and Missouri wants to be ready. Missouri Senate President Charlie Shields, R-St. Joseph, announced on Monday that…

Man will face jury trial for Apple Market robbery

A Richmond man accused of breaking into Apple Market and stealing more than $1,000 will get a chance to defend himself in front of a jury. Lorne B. Bivines is…

Henrietta does not move forward on water agreement with Richmond

The Henrietta Board of Aldermen came out of closed session Saturday morning without a signed agreement with Richmond to provide water service. Richmond currently provides sewer service to the small…

Richmond native experiences history

For most people the experience of a lifetime can be a lot of things like climbing a tall mountain or finally scoring the Rolling Stones tickets for the show they…

Municipalities set ballots for April

Richmond may be the focus of attention in April’s municipal elections because most races are contested. The same cannot be said for many of the seats in other towns throughout…

Lime sludge issue could be resolved within 10 days

The city’s lime sludge levels are still at a critical stage, but relief may be on the way. City Administrator Rick Childers told the city’s Finance Committee last night that…

Pageant candidate list still needs to grow

Applications for the Miss Ray County Scholarship Pageant are due by Feb. 21, 2009, and Executive Director Tara Gottschalk encourages girls, ages 17 (and a senior in high school) to…

Rural firefighters work through the night to contain fire

Firefighters from nearly every rural fire district within 30 miles of eastern Ray County helped fight a blaze that firefighters worked all night last Thursday to contain. A man who…

Henrietta mayor resigns, withdraws name from ballot

The Henrietta Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on Saturday to accept the resignation of Mayor Hiram Todd. It was the second time in the last four months that Todd had…

Jury trial scheduled for man accused of selling meth

A Ray County man accused of selling methamphetamine to an undercover narcotics officer will stand trial before a jury. Emmett Grieme of Hardin appeared in Carroll County Circuit Court Friday…