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Need great for foster homes

19 children live with Ray County foster families, but many still await placement By David Knopf/News Editor According to a June 2015 tally, 19 foster children – average age 7…

Report highlights projects ready to start, ready to end

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Alleys, sidewalks, streets and waterlines were among the topics addressed as Richmond city council members conducted little business but heard a report outlining projects that…

City sales tax receipts up

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Richmond city sales tax receipts for the new fiscal year are up significantly, according to City Administrator Ron Brohammer. Receipts to date, a total of…

Ray-Carroll veterans highway sign unveiling Dec. 18

The signs designating the Ray-Carroll County Veterans Memorial Highway, along Highway 10, will be unveiled at a dedication ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 18. The event will be at the…

Area turns out for test drives, earns $5,220 for schools

By David Knopf/News Editor A program jointly sponsored by the Ford Motor Company and local dealer Swafford Ford, proved Oct. 17 that school spirit lives here. For each test drive…

Adapters now needed for Mediacom cable

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff Mediacom customers who subscribe to a certain cable package now need a new device to watch several television channels included in that package. Mediacom, the…

Wreath ceremony set for Higginsville cemetery

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff The Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville will take part in a nationwide ceremony honoring veterans Saturday, Dec. 12. The ceremony is part of the…

Orrick City Park, though still shy of fundraising goal, has May 7 build date

By David Knopf/News Editor With a May 7, 2016, construction date now scheduled, members of the Orrick Parks Committee can see the finish line in their effort to rebuild city…

Rebuild of Little Park near Orrick’s business district gets boost from corporate donor

By David Knopf/News Editor Representatives of the Grainger Foundation brought more than their $5,000 donation to Orrick Lions Club Dec. 1. They delivered praise for club member Chris Dugan and…

Braymer man pleads guilty to cattle fraud scheme

Richmond News Staff A Braymer man pleaded guilty to a cattle fraud scheme that the government contends resulted in losses of nearly $300,000 to his victims. Garland Joseph “Joey” Nelson,…