RICHMOND – Richmond City Council unanimously approved a $3.39 million balanced budget Tuesday for fiscal 2020, which focuses on meeting council goals and objectives, City Administrator Tonya Willim said.
RICHMOND – Missouri needs to add fiscal reality to the promise of fiscal conservatism, a Republican contender for Missouri governor, Rep. Jim Neely, M.D., said Tuesday.
ODESSA – The new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico is expected to make little difference for farmers, but the trade war with China does, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minnesota, told a crowd of about 60 people, including farmers, at Odessa Community Center.
JEFFERSON CITY – The statewide competition “It Only Takes One” is accepting applications from Missouri high schools to win prizes while educating young drivers about safe driving habits and safety belt use.
JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Mike Parson, U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II, Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Chris Chinn and agriculture leaders are exploring the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s effect on agriculture.
RICHMOND – Conditions brought about a small fish kill that affected the gizzard shad population in July and a worse problem in late August at Ray County Lake, Department of Conservation information stated.
JEFFERSON CITY – Route J bridge rehabilitation at Crooked River is on the first list of bridges set for work by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission under a new program approved by the Missouri General Assembly.
RICHMOND – County, emergency management, school district and leaders of other governments within Ray County met to discuss hazard mitigation at the Eagleton Center on Wednesday.
ODESSA – During President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal administration, the Communications Act of 1934 included the concept of universal service to do “the impossible” – get phone service to rural areas, and House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson wants to do the impossible a…
RICHMOND – The Ray County Commission entered into a contract with Edgar Law Firm, Kansas City, to sue drug companies believed responsible for the nation’s opioid crisis, including damage done in Ray County.
RICHMOND – The City Council will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 27, at its regular meeting to pass an ordinance setting the tax levies for personal and real estate property owners.
RICHMOND – A third group has gone public with planning to grow medical hemp in Ray County – this one further proposes a manufacturing component to accompany a greenhouse operation.
RICHMOND – With 18 new teachers in the Richmond School District and students transitioning from elementary to middle school, and middle school to high school, Superintendent Mike Aytes said the first day of school Thursday went “really well.”
MISSOURI STATE troopers will participate in Operation Crash Awareness and Reduction Effort during Labor Day weekend. The counting period is from 6 p.m., Friday, Aug. 30 through 11:59 p.m., Monday, Sept. 2.