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Schoolfield convicted in meth case

The first of three charged with selling methamphetamines has been convicted. Lyle Schoolfield was convicted on one charge of selling methamphetamines and five other charges for possession of methamphetamines, cocaine,…

RMS students “dive in” to Deep-Sea Adventure in class

Seventh grade science students at Richmond Middle School spent part of November on a ‘virtual expedition,’ when they participated in “Extreme 2008: A Deep-Sea Adventure.” The marine science program was…

Orrick resident asks for compensation for legal troubles

Emotions ran high at the Dec. 4 Orrick City Council. Meeting for the second time in as many months was Terry Callaway, Orrick resident and teacher for the Lawson School…

YMCA good for some cities

Other cities around Missouri similar in size to Richmond are finding success with YMCA using different approaches. Park Board Member Mark Sowder has spent some time investigating how different cities…

Area holiday happenings in abundant supply

‘Tis the season to be jolly,’ means so much more than shopping and rushing to “get to Christmas.” And nothing seems to touch the spirit more than music and children…

Nailing it down

Richard Boettcher with Action Concrete nails forms into place in preparation to pour the new tennis courts at Maurice Roberts Park on Monday afternoon. Boettcher and his co-workers took advantage…

Commissioners will roll out Web site soon

Those wishing to read the minutes of the Ray County Commissioner’s meetings will be able to do so via their Web site that should be running by the end of…

City’s sewer system has staff scratching heads

Sewage is leaking in the street, but some city leaders say residents may be responsible for fixing the problem. Sewage is leaking along a portion of Franklin Street and some…

For those who have been nice

Madison Wilhite, 3, of Richmond wasn’t so sure of the jolly old man, but sat on Santa’s lap and had a conversation about the things she wanted for Christmas at…

Repairs on Lexington may have to wait

Street repairs on Lexington Street scheduled to begin sometime before spring may have to wait. Originally the Richmond City Council approved spending $13,500 on a new sewer and stormwater drainage…