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Ice Cream, ice cream, we all want Stet ice cream

Ice Cream, ice cream, we all want Stet ice cream

Cuts slash Shirkey nursing budget

By Leah Wankum, Editor The state’s cuts to Medicaid will take a chunk from Shirkey Nursing & Rehabilitation’s budget. That chunk amounts to about $20,000 a month, or a 3.5…

Renter charged with setting home on fire

By Leah Wankum, Editor A Richmond woman was charged with arson after allegedly setting fire last weekend to the home she was renting, endangering a person inside. Carolena D. Laguna,…

Richmond selects new city administrator

Richmond selects new city administrator

Former Lexington City Administrator Mark Rounds joins Richmond with a background in economic development By Leah Wankum, Editor Richmond’s new city administrator comes from across the Missouri River. The Richmond…

Greitens signs executive order for drug monitoring program

Missouri joins the other 49 states to monitor prescription drug use, but critics say it doesn’t go far enough By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Governor Eric Greitens signed an executive…

County to halt RCMH payments for prisoner bills

By Leah Wankum, Editor Ray County will no longer pay for prisoners’ medical bills incurred at the county hospital, beginning in August. Ray County Prosecuting Attorney Camille Johnston, who also…

Power Wheels Derby heats up at fairgrounds

Power Wheels Derby heats up at fairgrounds

Mowing matters

After complaints by residents to mow rights of way, city councilors stop issuing citations to view city ordinance By Hanna Sumpter, Staff Writer Richmond city staff has halted issuing citations for…

Hardin city attorney drafting tougher law on vacant buildings

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News Hardin officials are hoping a proposed ordinance will ensure that the town’s vacant buildings aren’t neglected or dangerous ones. During its July 18…

Richmond FFA, Millville 4-H fare well at ham auction

Richmond FFA, Millville 4-H fare well at ham auction

By JoEllen Black, Publisher First-time efforts are normally learning lessons, but for Richmond FFA junior Montana Skelton, it was that and much more. Skelton’s 15-pound country ham was awarded grand…