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Heavy Equipment

Installation workers at Ray County Memorial Hospital carefully slide the facility’s new MRI unit through a hole that was cut into the exterior wall last week. The new machine arrived…

Two seats on city council may be decided before April

The filing deadline for the six open seats on the Richmond City Council closed yesterday with four seats contested and two left unopposed. First Ward Councilman Tom Williams will run…

Four lane access to Kansas City in future transportation plans

A four-lane highway to Kansas City is in the works, but Ray County’s portion might take a while. According to Missouri Department of Transportation officials, the department already owns the…

Richmond’s “Biggest Loser” a win-win situation

With just over two months remaining in the contest, six fulltime and two volunteer firefighters with the Richmond Fire Department have been competing to see who will be the “Biggest…

A new direction for Show Me Ethanol

After a turbulent 2008, Show Me Ethanol is going in a new direction. The board of managers for the company fired plant manager Greg Thomas and replaced him with Dennis…

MoDOT outlines plans for stimulus projects

Although many questions still exist around a possible economic stimulus plan, most agree that transportation will receive a significant chunk. The Missouri Department of Transportation, like many others, is lining…

Richmond teen seriously injured in car crash

A Richmond teenager sustained serious injuries in a one-car crash last Friday in Carroll County. Tiffany Jones, 16, of Richmond was transported to Carroll County Hospital before being life-flighted to…

Three titles on the line when grapplers hook up in Richmond

World League Wrestling is teaming up with “the Mack Attack” to fight cystic fibrosis at 7 p.m. on Jan. 31 at the Eagleton Center, 1015 W. Royle in Richmond. Three…

The right occasion for the holiday

“I think it’s going to be a very memorable event. It’s going to be one of those things that people will talk about for years,” said RHS teacher Steve Hitchcock.…

City may change meeting nights to Tuesday

Richmond City Council meetings may become a little more crowded in the future if city leaders decide to meet on Tuesdays. The city’s previous Mayor Tom Morman changed meeting nights…