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Savior of the World musical to open Thursday at Farris

Savior of the World musical to open Thursday at Farris

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer More than 130 volunteers from the Far West Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will be performing in the musical production…

K9 committee ending; No more K9 officers in county

K9 committee ending; No more K9 officers in county

By Leah Wankum, Editor The Ray County K9 committee is dissolving, and no more K-9 officers work in Ray County. Just a few months ago, the K9 committee had two…

Water line replacement added to Ridgeway project

By Leah Wankum, Editor Ridgeway Drive’s fix-it list just got a little longer. The Richmond City Council added waterline replacement to the $110,800 street project. The council unanimously approved in…

City council approves purchase for 16-inch water line

By Leah Wankum, Editor The Richmond City Council approved in its Oct. 24 meeting purchasing the final 1,880 feet of pipeline to complete the replacement project of the city’s 16-inch…

A ghoulish conversation

A ghoulish conversation

By Leah Wankum More photos and information on the 2017 Trick or Treat Street is in the Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 edition of the Richmond News.  …

County commission appoints five to 911 board

Founding member Gene Nolker re-instated on board By Leah Wankum, Editor The Ray County Commission made five appointments to the Ray County 911 Board of Directors in a quiet fashion.…

Lose pain, live life

Lose pain, live life

Rebuilding Richmond and Beyond: Northstar Wellness Studio owners invite clients to attain wellness through services offered By Sara Seidel, Richmond News Staff Soothing. That single word describes NorthStar Wellness, a…

RPD: 2 new officers, 12 new uniforms

RPD: 2 new officers, 12 new  uniforms

By Leah Wankum, editor The Richmond Police Department is up to full staff, and staff members are getting new uniforms to boot. The Richmond City Council unanimously approved in its…

Shipp sets sail as Richmond public works director

Shipp sets sail as Richmond public works director

By Leah Wankum, editor While Dale Shipp was manning the crew to fix the major water main break on the Richmond Square, the council went ahead and hired him as…

McGaugh to run in place of son in district race

By Leah Wankum, Editor Longtime Carroll County Clerk Peggy McGaugh is running for office again, but this time in pursuit of her son’s seat in the Missouri House of Representatives.…