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County applies for Eagleton expansion grant

By Sara Seidel, Richmond News Staff Writer The food pantry that serves area families will be bigger and better if Ray County receives a grant to expand the facility that…

Family hopes Rachel Bailey’s death will teach others about DWI toll

By David Knopf, Richmond News Editor Tammie Scamell plans to make a five-hour trip from southeastern Missouri to Ray County Courthouse later this month. So do her parents, Rick and…

Seeing is believing when it comes to pipe maintenance

By Sara Seidel, Richmond News Staff Writer If Richmond council members had any doubts about the need to maintain pipes that serve the city, they now have proof of the…

Griffin bids H-C farewell; leaves district with solid reserve

By Shawn Roney, For The Richmond News Hardin-Central C-2 School District’s reserve fund looked about the same at the end of Martin Griffin’s stint as superintendent as it had when…

After bid delay, Orrick roof project back on track

By David Knopf, Richmond News Editor A re-roofing project put on hold in June because of bid-specification issues is back on track, Orrick Superintendent Aerin O’Dell said last week. The…

Federal, state officials gather data on possible disaster declaration

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Staff In a packed county commission room, representatives from state and federal emergency-management agencies met with officials from throughout Ray County Tuesday to determine whether recent…

An Unforgettable Roar

Overnight 100 year ago, the Missouri River cut a new course, forever changing the lives of Camden residents By Liz Johnson/Richmond News Staff We live on this side or that…

MoDOT on Highway T: ‘several months away from a solution’

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer Estimates to repair the damage to Missouri Route T and the railway below have reached more than $1.5 million, a funding source for repairs has yet…

River sustains vitality in Glasgow

TOWN ON THE MISSOURI FOSTERS ITS NOSTALGIC FEEL By David Knopf/News Editor Unlike Camden, the waterfront town of Glasgow hasn’t been left high and dry by the whims of nature.…

Eye in the sky: Orrick weighs drone ordinance

By David Knopf/News Editor Orrick Air Space It’s not a term you’ll often hear, but it was up for discussion at June’s Board of Aldermen meeting. Mayor Cindy Lampton said…