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Council OKs $300,000 bid for road improvements

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor The Richmond City Council focused on public works at its May 8 meeting, unanimously approving a bid for more than $300,000 for the 2018…

Tonya Willim becomes city administrator

Tonya Willim becomes city administrator

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Applause greeted Mayor Mike Wright’s announcement at Tuesday’s Richmond City Council meeting: “Someone has decided she finally wants to be a city administrator.” That…

RICHMOND R-XVI: School land tabbed for farming by ag students

RICHMOND R-XVI: School land tabbed for farming by ag students

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Richmond High School agriculture students will soon have the chance to get what ag teacher and FFA sponsor Laura Allen called “real world experience…

RCMH $6.3 million ER project officially complete

RCMH $6.3 million ER project officially complete

Ray County Memorial Hospital board members, staff and community members on Wednesday celebrated completion of the $6.3 million project upgrading the emergency and trauma rooms, laboratory, ambulance entrance, radiology and…

Camden man charged with child endangerment, fleeing arrest

Camden man charged with child endangerment, fleeing arrest

Aaron Rogers also faces 22 other charges dating back to 2015 By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Warrants were served on a Camden man in mid-April for crimes of child…

Richmond hosts area school boards’ ethics meeting

Richmond hosts area school boards’ ethics meeting

Consistency, accountability, confidentiality among top concerns By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Richmond R-XVI School District hosted the May 1 Region 5 meeting of the Missouri School Boards’ Association, which…

2018 RICHMOND MUSHROOM FESTIVAL: Setting a high morel standard

2018 RICHMOND MUSHROOM FESTIVAL: Setting a high morel standard

By Joy Tipping/Managing Editor Mother Nature couldn’t have cooperated more for this year’s Mushroom Festival, with sunny, warm days and slightly cooler nights — and nary a drop of rain…

Keeper of a 50-year-old battlefield promise

Keeper of a 50-year-old battlefield promise

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher The tent is set up and the two Missouri mules, Tom and Jerry, along with a former show-horse mare, munch on hay in a temporary…

Museum hires temporary site manager, shortens hours

Museum hires temporary site manager, shortens hours

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor America celebrates May 6-12 as National Travel and Tourism Week, so it’s the perfect time to let Richmond and Ray County residents know: Ray…

Lawson man gets 19 years for beating

Lawson man gets 19 years for beating

By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor A Lawson man who severely beat his girlfriend the day after Christmas in 2016 has pleaded guilty to three felony charges. On April 16,…