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Phone Scams Continue to be a Serious Threat, Remain on IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for the 2016 Filing Season

The release includes national statistics and here are the TIGTA numbers for KS and MO. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) Impersonation Numbers By State Jan. 5, 2016 State…

‘Moms’ rule the roost at Ideal Industries

An event started by Moms of the sheltered workshop, includes adopted Moms at word by JoEllen Black, Richmond News Publisher When asked if she was the greeter, Carol Moore shook…

Rippy among vets receiving kudos for volunteerism

Sara Seidel, Editor – contributed to this story A Richmond man is among 35 Missouri veterans honored March 1 for providing exemplary volunteer service to their communities. James Rippy accepted…

Farmers far ahead with fertilizer

Fertilizer terminals, retailers scramble to keep up with demand By Sara Seidel/Editor The increase is jaw-dropping. Last year during the entire month of February, area corn growers applied 154 tons of…

9-1-1 getting A-1 upgrades

Emergency text services available By Sara Seidel/Editor Significant improvements to Ray County’s 9-1-1 system are in place or coming soon. Director Richard Roark says area residents can now text to…

Grassroots group working toward downtown vitality

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer In order to thrive, every community needs successful businesses. In Richmond, city officials and business leaders are working to ensure the community will prosper in the…

Bringing new life to Missouri’s Main streets

Senator brings discussion of state program to Richmond By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Before the arrival of the big box stores, Americans shopped in small businesses in their local communities.  But after…

I-435 lane closures start March 11

  County commuters to Kansas City will likely face delays along I-435, between 23rd and Front streets, starting Friday, March 11, due to lane closures. MoDOT announced Thursday the work…

T Hwy. likely to get a green light from commission

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Ray County Highway T is likely to be added next week to the list of highway repair projects to be undertaken this season. That’s the…

Defendant found guilty of sex abuse in Ray County

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A jury has found Bruce Roberts Jr., 34, of Raytown, guilty of committing sexual abuse in Ray County. The 19-year-old victim is a relative…