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Richmond Holiday Open House rings in the season this weekend

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer It’s a jolly, happy opening to the jolliest, happiest time of year. The 2016 Holiday Open House runs this weekend, giving everyone a chance to visit…

Fall back Sunday

Early delivery

County tax bills sent out earlier to give taxpayers more notice Sara Seidel/For The Richmond News The Ray County tax collector is doing taxpayers something she calls a favor. Julie…

Candidates consider coroner’s obligations

NOV. 8 ELECTION Ray County coroner –  Bart Willim (D) •  Kyle Foster (R) Question: What is your opinion of the state of the facilities the coroner uses to carry…

Courthouse planning for the unexpected

New security plan includes procedures for fires, tornados and bomb threats By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Ray County Courthouse workers are in the process of finalizing the most comprehensive set of…

Sentencing for Richmond man scheduled next week

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer The sentencing hearing for a Richmond man who pleaded guilty to two counts of methamphetamine possession, both Class C felonies, and one count of methamphetamine distribution,…

Two downtown sites to host election watch parties

There’s The Donald and Hillary. But many more political offices are at stake Nov. 8, including contested Ray County races for sheriff, eastern and western commissioners, public administrator and coroner.…

A special spot for vets

Nationally and locally, Super 8 reserves parking spot for veterans Veterans staying at Super 8 worldwide locations across the country – and in Richmond – may find parking a bit…

Veterans Day events scheduled for Nov. 11

Ceremonies to take place in Orrick, Richmond By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Veterans recognition ceremonies in Ray County are planned for next week, in anticipation of Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to…

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