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Commission makes case for job growth program

By David Knopf/News Editor Richmond City Council expressed encouragement Tuesday for a plan to spur economic development and job creation in Ray County. Mid-America Regional Council grant writer Molly McGovern…

Cleaver meets with new Ray constituents

Cleaver meets with new Ray constituents

By Russ Green/Senior Staff Writer   Although its not quite official, Missouri’s 5th District Congressman Emanuel Cleaver has been busy touring his newly assigned area. A part of that visit…

$306,000 of roadwork under way

$306,000 of roadwork under way

By David Knopf/Richmond News APAC crews were in Richmond last week, scraping the worn top layer from streets in different parts of the city. They’re scheduled back today to begin…

Health department flu-shot program now under way

Cool weather brings the reminder to get an annual flu shot. Ray County Health Department received its order of flu vaccine late last week and will conduct clinics throughout Ray…

Four to be enshrined in RHS Wall of Honor Oct. 7

By Russ Green/Richmond News   Two long-time faculty members and two long-time alumni and volunteers highlight the second class for the Richmond Education Foundation’s Wall of Honor. Faculty members Tom…

R-XVI audit cites improved cash reserves

By Mark Johnson/For The Richmond News   School audits will never be found at the top of a best-seller list. Even so, it doesn’t mean they aren’t important to patrons…

Drivers unhappy with quality of Highway A resurfacing

Drivers unhappy with quality of Highway A resurfacing

By David Knopf/News Editor   Employees at Hardin-Central school who drive Route A to work say a recent Missouri Department of Transportation chip-and-seal project left the road dangerous in spots…

Testimony of social workers allowed in Kercheval Jr. case

By David Knopf/News Editor   Circuit Court Judge David Miller ruled Sept. 16 that the testimony of three social workers would be admissible as evidence in the state’s case against…

County officials answer to state audit

By David Knopf/Richmond News Eastern Commissioner Allen Dale said an accountant once told him that an audit is like winning a big prize. It doesn’t happen often, but when it…

Injured driver life-flighted after hitting backhoe

Injured driver life-flighted after hitting backhoe