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A Rockin’ Farewell

Lead Guitarist for the band Mid Life Crisis, Greg Morgan, and the rest of his band entertained the crowd on the lawn of the Ray County Museum on Thursday night.…

Additional parking for downtown in planning stage

Congested parking in the downtown square area may see some relief in the near future. Polley Funeral Home and Ideal Industries both own part of the northwest corner of North…

Council decides not to raise water rates

The Richmond City Council voted down a measure that would have increased water rates for those living inside the city limits. No action was taken on rates outside the city.…

Special meeting called to pass budget

The Richmond City Council had a balanced budget until the water rate increase was defeated. Now the council will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday at city…

Councilman Bennett calls it quits

The Richmond City Council had a full eight members for about 30 minutes at their last meeting on Sept. 10 when Scott Spiers was confirmed. Now, Mayor Lance Green is…

Strike up the band

The Salvation Army Brass Band played as shoppers enjoyed hotdogs, chips, cookies and a drink in recognition of the first year in their newly remodeled building. Major Rick Carroll, in…

Future Oscar winners

Courtanie Allwood (left) and Parker Johnson (right) listen as Becca Westbrook reads information from a treasure box she found for rehearsal on Tuesday for this weekend’s show. Show times are…

Biodiesel production stepping up locally

Ethanol plants are not the only alternative fuel options that are popping up across the state and the Midwest. Soy biodiesel plants are just as much in demand. The Show…

Hardin meets with Ray No. 2 about supplying water

With the Department of Natural Resources constantly breathing down their necks, the city of Hardin is looking for solutions to water and sewer problems that plague the small town east…

Sunday is World Rabies Day and a reminder to vaccinate pets

Rabies is still a threat worldwide and in Missouri. In the U.S., it has been reported in nearly every state. This summer, the Missouri Health Department reported that one of…