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Eagleton food pantry project goes forward

Project to be scaled back to fit within budget By Jason Beets, Richmond News Staff Writer The Ray County Commission still plans to build a food pantry for the Eagleton…

Flood control hot topic for Corps, farmers

Corps’ latest proposals for Missouri River could adversely impact regional flood control; meetings scheduled By Sara Seidel, Richmond News Staff Writer In a long-standing effort to satisfy the needs of farmers…

County officials sworn into office

By Leah Wankum, Editor Newly elected and re-elected Ray County officials were sworn into their respective offices Friday at Ray County courthouse. A small crowd of loved ones and co-workers gathered…

3-day trial ends with misdemeanor assault conviction

By Jason Beets, Richmond News Staff Writer A jury convicted a Richmond man Dec. 23 for misdemeanor third-degree domestic assault, for recklessly causing physical injury to his ex-wife using a…

Kansas City man pleads guilty in Ray County felony spree

By Jason Beets, Staff Writer A Kansas City, Mo., man has pleaded guilty to committing seven felony crimes in April 2015 over a two-day period when he helped steal a…

Municipal seats open for April 4 election

Candidate filings continue to Jan. 17 By Leah Wankum, Editor Seats open in Richmond, Orrick, Hardin, Henrietta for municipal election By Leah Wankum / Editor With municipal and school board…

Clothes Closet: Everything is free

Church offers free clothes; in need of donations, especially winter-weather attire By Leah Wankum, Editor Lighthouse Baptist Church has more than doubled its hours of operation for the Clothes Closet, the…

Local candidates to be sworn in Friday

Richmond News Staff Ray County candidates elected in the November election will be sworn in Friday, Dec. 30, in the third-floor courtroom. For Western Commissioner-elect Jerry Bishop his first order…

Pearce: Goodbye to the Capitol, but not to District 21

By Leah Wankum, Editor After 14 years in Missouri state government, state Sen. David Pearce is ready to call it a day. Pearce served as state senator for the term…

Volunteer of the Year: Ruby Daniel: ‘A blessing to everyone at Shirkeys’

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer It takes someone very special to have a servant’s heart. It takes someone who puts others first, who gives of her time to others –…