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Mission: Beautify Orrick

Orrick council, community discuss plans to make town attractive to visitors By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer The citizens of Orrick  are planning to beautify the town in a variety of…

Cross-state trek makes pit stop in Richmond

Bikes Across Missouri By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer If you happened to see any of the brightly colored cyclists coming through Richmond, you caught a glimpse of them on their…

Orrick to reopen city stage for youth hangout

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer There’s one idea that the citizens of Orrick, the city council, the mayor and school children all agree upon – the city is in need…

Council approves drainage work on Ridgeway

By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Steps are underway to remedy the street drainage issue on Ridgeway Drive. Residents along the street have been dealing for months with standing water on…

New Voter ID in effect, amidst joint lawsuit to halt

By Leah Wankum, Editor The new voter ID law has changed the way Missourians can vote. The law, which went into effect June 1, stipulates that voters must have proper…

Relay for Life: Two counties, one cause: Seeking a cure for cancer

By Hanna Sumpter, Richmond News Staff “One day, one night, two counties, one fight.” Two counties, Ray and Lafayette, came together to raise money and fight back against cancer during…

14 plead guilty to $4.3 million area meth conspiracy

By Leah Wankum, Editor Several area residents pleaded guilty in federal court to their involvement in a $4.3 million meth conspiracy. The 14 defendants pleaded guilty in federal court this…

Metro woman bites Ray County deputy

By Leah Wankum, Editor A metro woman was arrested after assaulting Ray County deputies and biting one of their hands. Tina Baird, 35, of Kansas City, was found at Ray…

Area man charged after impersonating a cop; assaults law enforcement with loaded gun

By Leah Wankum, Editor A Crystal Lakes man faces felony charges for allegedly assaulting law enforcement officers after they arrested him for impersonating a cop. Albert Davies, 74, was charged…

New 911 policy requires equal representation

The policy, four months in the making, also stipulates notification of board members of expiring terms By Leah Wankum, Editor A formal policy and procedure is now in place for…