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Towns all approve vehicle titling tax; Powell re-elected to Ward 2 post

Stories by Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Voters across the county approved a measure that would allow their cities continue to collect local sales tax on the titling of motor vehicles,…

THE JOURNEY TO FIND ‘MOTHER’

A teen mother was forced to give up her daughter; decades later they reunite and advocate for legislation to make the search for biological records easier in Missouri By Jason…

Back from the future

Chiropractor moves office, but never changed career choice By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor When he was about 12 years old, Ryan Lauck visited a chiropractor in Richmond. After the treatment,…

Tax incentives OKed for downtown

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A policy guiding potential redevelopment in downtown Richmond is in place, and   efforts to offer tax abatements to encourage development are “moving along.” In…

New van to transport children to Shriners Hospital

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Some babies begin their life at a disadvantage. Children with bone deformities can have difficulty walking, eating or speaking. And many parents have trouble…

Two drivers injured in head-on collision

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Two drivers were injured during a head-on collision on MO-10 near Tree Farm Road, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol. The accident occurred around…

RCMH board: Candidates discuss future of medical care in county

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Voters will elect a board member to the Ray County Memorial Hospital Tuesday, April 5, to help determine the future of the institution. Dr. John Scowley…

Municipal candidates, issues on ballots Tuesday

In the second of four elections this year, Ray Countians will be eligible to cast votes on Tuesday, April 5, for a variety of issues and candidates as follows: City…

Child abuse: Growing problem requires more awareness

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor At a time when incidences of child abuse are increasing locally, advocates for abused children are calling attention to the problem. County officials gathered with…

Wood Heights Fire Department wants what’s best for community

Roster hasn’t lost volunteer first responders at WHFD After a board meeting held to decide the fate of the Wood Heights Fire Protection District and its volunteers, the future shape…