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Missouri project 1 of 10 funded to boost biofuel plant feedstocks

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Energy announced Thursday 10 projects tawarded funding aimed at accelerating genetic breeding programs to improve plant feedstocks for the production…

Driver’s license required for ATVs, golf carts

By JoEllen Black-Richmond News Publisher After much debate at a July 1 committee meeting, Richmond City Council’s public safety and ordinance committee recommended to full council an ordinance that’ll require…

Two seriously injured in head-on collision

Two drivers were seriously injured Tuesday afternoon in a head-on collision on Highway C north of Rayville. Steven W. Taber, 34, of Richmond, was Life Flighted to Truman Medical Center…

Election 2014: More deputies needed, Wilhite says

Editor’s note: Ray County Presiding Commissioner Bob King is retiring from that post at the end of this term, and five candidates – three Democrats and two Republicans – are…

Orrick school repaired, patched for Aug. 13 opening

By Russ Green-Richmond News Staff With an eye on the Aug. 13 opening day and another toward the future, Orrick Superintendent Aerin O’Dell and the Orrick Board of Education have…

Montana native new RCMH administrator

By Russ Green-Richmond News Staff Earl Sheehy has hit the ground running since taking over as administrator for Ray County Memorial Hospital last Monday. The 63-year old Montana native brings…

American Celebration a huge success

There were many activities at Southview Park as part of the American Celebration held Thursday. The sack races were just one of many kids games held in the afternoon. The…

Election 2014: Gaines sees changes in how Ray does business

Editor’s note: Ray County Presiding Commissioner Bob King is retiring from that post at the end of this term, and five candidates – three Democrats and two Republicans – are…

Nixon freezes school funding in budget war

By David Knopf-News Editor Governor Jay Nixon and the Missouri State Legislature continue to fire political salvos across each other’s bows, among them Nixon’s announcement in June he would freeze…