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71-year-old charged with first-degree child molestation

By David Knopf/News Editor A 71-year-old Richmond man charged with first-degree child molestation is scheduled for a probable-cause hearing Feb. 2, 2016, to determine if he’ll be bound over to…

An end of an era: Trading transmissions for fishin’

Bill Hodson turning repair shop over to longtime employee Mark Guy By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Here’s how you know you’re really into your job: You wake up in the…

City, rural fire negotiations remain in flux

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff A round of negotiations between the Richmond Fire Protection District and the City of Richmond ended with no consensus reached. Two representatives from the city…

Longtime Shirkey volunteer recognized

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff A Richmond man is being honored as the volunteer of the year for the Shirkey nursing facility. Harold Barchers was cited for his longtime efforts…

Veterans honored

Veterans memorial highway sign unveiled By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Shiny green and white highway signs will soon mark a portion of Missouri Highway 10 newly designated the “Ray-Carroll County…

RCMH donates extrication equipment to fire departments

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Area farmers and workers who enter grain bins are a bit safer thanks to the Ray County Memorial Hospital. The hospital’s board of trustees purchased…

Hardin considering re-examining, expanding building permit fees

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Hardin is considering making some renovations to its building permit fee structure. During last week’s board of aldermen meeting, the board, Mayor Bob McCorkendale…

Sunrise backpack program has grown to 92 from 17 in 2008

By David Knopf/News Editor Ninety-two of Sunrise Elementary’s 500 students took home backpacks stuffed by elves when they left school Dec. 18 for the Christmas break. The backpacks had been…

Filing opens for area April elections

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The filing period for local political offices and board seats opened Dec. 15, and officials throughout the county report everything from challenges to no candidates…

Orrick BOA OKs UTV ordinance

Board also discusses deteriorating tornado-damaged apartments By David Knopf/News Editor Orrick aldermen voted 3-0 Monday to allow properly permitted utility terrain vehicles on city streets if drivers are licensed, the…