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Officials support continuing school officer

Discussions under way on what entities would pay By Jason Beets/Staff Writer City, county and school district officials want Richmond school resource officer Eric Amyx to return for the coming…

KCP&L rate hike hearing Aug. 10

With KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company proposing a 8.2 percent rate increase, customers are invited to voice opinions at hearings scheduled by the Missouri Public Service Commission. The increase would…

Candidates discuss federal government, roads, campaign finance

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Candidates running to replace outgoing state Sen. David Pearce, a Republican ineligible to run again because of term limits, discussed the federal government, roads and campaign…

Born to ride

Three businesses get first tax abatements

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Three Richmond businesses are the first to get tax abatements for making improvements to buildings downtown. The Richmond City Council on July 12 awarded tax…

Candidates take stage in forum

By Sara Seidel, Editor Candidates for sheriff address patrolling, crisis intervention Three of the four candidates vying for Ray County Sheriff participated in the Candidates Forum Thursday evening at the Farris Theatre.…

Residents taking lead on Richmond use tax issue

By Sara Seidel/Editor Several Richmond residents are taking the lead in supporting the city’s use tax measure, which will be on the Aug. 2 ballot. Deanna Guy, who serves as…

Thanking the men in blue

From lemonade stands to ribbons, locals show support for police By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Local residents have responded to the death of 11 law enforcement officers across the country by…

R-XVI board approves sex ed policy, online safety education

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A new policy that states sex education will include teaching students about sexual predators and online safety is now part of Richmond R-XVI School District policy.…

Kids take center stage at fair

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Help from Mom and a friend who knows a thing or two about curing and smoking country cured hams gave first-time entrant Allison Coats the…