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911 votes swing on dispatch financials

With a guaranteed Dec. 15 mayoral veto approaching, the Richmond City Council’s three swing voters say they are ready and willing to re-evaluate available all-consolidation information. Council members know Mayor…

Toys ‘way behind schedule’ for annual Salvation Army Angel Tree

Help wanted: Elves for Santa’s workshop. Toys for Salvation Army’s Toy Store are in great demand and “way behind schedule,” according to caseworker Judy Zilliox. “Our greatest need is toys.…

Harvest up big for beans, average for corn

Call 2009 a balanced harvest year for Ray County-area corn and soybean growers. The same overly-wet conditions, mild summer temperatures and heavy mid-to late-summer rains produced both above-average-yields for soybeans…

City of Richmond’s summary judgment denied

The city of Richmond appears to be facing a five-day court trial in June 2010 over its role in the October 2006 Geisinger Building demolition and subsequent damage and demolition…

Council gives hiring go-ahead

A recent city council green-light allows Public Works Director C.E. Goodall to fill one existing full-time vacancy and add a second, new full-time position. “It’s not in the budget, but…

Montee makes recommendations for city court

Richmond municipal court officials will have to answer to state officials for $47,000 in missing revenue. That’s the amount a report from Missouri State Auditor Susan Montee said the court…

1 seriously injured in Friday crash

A Grain Valley man was seriously injured Friday afternoon, after his motorcycle was struck in the back by a vehicle. John W. Armstrong, 57, was Life Flighted to St. Luke’s…

The Christmas Season has officially begun

Members of the Salvation Army band perform outside the Richmond Walmart Friday morning to help get the 2009 holiday drive started. Band members are from left Ted Dalberg, Brian Carroll,…

THE SPIRIT OF GIVING: HELPING THOSE IN NEED

Listen to Jeff and Traci Bray talk of bringing a better Christmas to families in need, and their excitement for their benefit shines through. “We want to give back to…

Childers, Green apologize for letter oversight to Council

Richmond City Administrator Rick Childers made an effort Tuesday to reconcile city council questions about a letter from the Ray County 911 Board council members never received. Childers, in the…