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Meth mom fails to show for sentencing

By Leah Wankum, Editor An area woman shown in a Facebook photo smoking methamphetamine next to her infant daughter failed to show up for her sentencing. A warrant was issued…

Gearing up for a new school year

Gearing up for a new school year

‘If you’re a registered voter, you can vote’

‘If you’re a registered voter, you can vote’

Secretary of State visits Richmond to explain new voter ID law By Leah Wankum, Editor “If you’re a registered voter, you can vote.” Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft said…

Partnering to help youngsters build better bodies

Partnering to help youngsters build better bodies

Ray County Library, MU Extension collaborate teach children nutrition, exercise By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Ray County Library, MU Extension collaborate teach children nutrition, exercise This summer, the…

Council approves bond documents with Dollar Tree

KCP&L switching city lights to LED; City Hall adopts fraud and whistleblower policy By Leah Wankum, Editor The Richmond City Council approved all bond documents for the Dollar Tree project,…

Three days of fun for Soybean Festival goers

Three days of fun for Soybean Festival goers

Residents, council anxious over chip and seal roads

Chip and seal saves dollars; goal is to extend life of roads By Leah Wankum, Editor Some residents say driving on some of Richmond’s streets last week was like driving…

Where are the water leaks?

By Leah Wankum, Editor Nearly half of Richmond’s water gets lost somewhere after it’s treated at the city’s water plant. The Richmond City Council wants to find out what’s wrong…

Harps grocery store to open in February

By Leah Wankum, Editor After waiting for months in anticipation of any news about the development of a new grocery store, Richmond residents can sleep soundly. Harps is coming. The…

No more appointing

911 board pushes for elected board to be on same ballot as tax issue By Leah Wankum, Editor If elections for the new 911 board are on the same ballot…