RICHMOND – COVID-19 has caused a fright that has changed city plans for Halloween night. But there is no need to be scared – tick-or-treat plans have not changed dramatically, city Development Director Alicia Shaw said.
RICHMOND – Jude Rumbaugh paced Richmond’s runners at the Missouri River Valley Conference East Division boys cross country meet Wednesday at Richmond Middle School. The senior placed fifth in the 3.1-mile race in 18 minutes, 30.9 seconds.
COLUMBIA – The only time Gov. Mike Parson and state Auditor Nicole Galloway have appeared, or will appear, in a political forum focused on the Nov. 3 governor’s race took place Oct. 9 at the Missouri Theatre in Columbia.
KNOB NOSTER – Annual Bell Game tension rises to a new, heart-pounding level as Richmond and Lexington prepare to face off across the hashmarks Friday for more than who holds the bell. “Lexington beat Higginsville tonight,” Richmond coach Nick Persell says moments after his Spartans defeat Knob Noster 42-0 Oct.
RICHMOND – Clay County investigator Scott Childers, 41, challenges Ray County Sheriff Garry Bush, 64, for the Ray County sheriff’s seat. Both men had the opportunity to discuss their backgrounds, and in 30 words or less, to answer issue-related questions.
JEFFERSON CITY – The U.S. District Court of Appeals in Missouri’s Western District issued a temporary restraining order Oct. 9 against forcing some absentee voters to get ballots notarized before mailing.