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Bond brings big bat to Excelsior Springs for Nance

As Clay County Republican Chairman Ben Wierzbicki put it: “We brought in our heavy hitter.” U.S. Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., made an appearance in Excelsior Springs yesterday to lend his…

Health and school officials advise parents about MRSA

Three confirmed cases of MRSA, a staph skin infection, have been found in two Sunrise Elementary students and one middle school student recently. Richmond Superintendent Jim Robins issued a letter…

The circus is coming to town

The Kelly Miller Circus rolls into town on Friday. The circus, sponsored by the Richmond Kiwanis Club, will have two performances at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased…

Engineers layout costs for South Plant

With development moving south in Richmond, infrastructure issues are starting to get in the way of the development. One of the biggest obstacles for new business is the undersized and…

Orrick will define building code at special meeting tomorrow

The Orrick Board of Aldermen will hold a special meeting tomorrow night to put a definition to building code setbacks. The issue was raised last Thursday night at the city’s…

And the winner is…

2008 Orrick Homecoming Queen candidate Elizabeth Clark looks a little surprised as it is announced that she was chosen as the queen. Her escort Joe Kaufman, candidate Micaela Martin and…

Orrick gives homeowner 30 days to demolish

A public hearing was held Thursday night in Orrick to determine if a particular house is dangerous and should it be torn down. The Orrick Board of Alderman voted unanimously…

Orrick explores options for water, sewer and storm water infrastructure

Over the next couple of months, the Orrick Board of Alderman will develop a plan to replace water lines while making improvements to sewer and storm water. Mid-America Regional Council…

Hardin woman injured in accident with combine

A Hardin woman sustained moderate injuries in an accident with a combine Sunday. Michelle Schlegel, 33, of Hardin, was taken to Liberty Hospital after she was pulled from the vehicle.…

‘Need for change’ tour rolls through Missouri

An enthusiastic and festive crowd of Democratic supporters greeted Vice Presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday on the campus of William Jewell College in Liberty. Biden opened his speech by…