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Celebrating cancer survivors

RAY COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Survivors and caregivers reflected on the impact cancer has had on their lives during the Relay for Life event…

Route T project on track for December completion

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Plans to repair Ray County’s Route T are on schedule, and the project should be finished by year’s end. That word comes from Chris Redline,…

Candidates’ signs vandalized, missing

Some fingers pointed at Democrats; one candidate has a less sinister explanation for missing sign By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Political signs promoting three Republican candidates for office have been…

Apartment searches find pot distribution

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Two Richmond residents are charged with distributing marijuana after police searched their apartments late last month. Sean Elliott, 38, and Patricia Sollars, 32, are both charged…

Richmond, Ray Co. part of $35.65 million grant application

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Four communities in three counties have joined together to apply for a $35.65 million federal grant to improve sidewalks in their communities and shoulders along…

Richmond man charged with distributing meth, pot

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer A Richmond resident is charged with multiple felonies for allegedly carrying a weapon while planning to sell meth and marijuana. Timothy Brown, 41, is charged with…

2016 Richmond street work gets OK

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor As street repair work left over from the 2015 season is completed, a contractor for this season’s work in Richmond is now in place. “One…

Two die in holiday weekend accidents

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Two young women, both residents of Ray County, have died in traffic unrelated accidents during the Memorial Day weekend. Deborah Howe, 58, of Orrick,…

Graveside visit to meet her brother’s keepers

Lawson woman makes trip of lifetime to see grave of World War II veteran half-brother By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor A soldier who never came home from World War II…

Unmowed right-of-way prompts notices, dissent

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Richmond residents whose property borders state-owned right-of-way early this month got notices from the city to maintain that property within five days. Four of those…