01-17-20 Year in Review

AT RICHMOND United Christian Presbyterian Church Camp, a welcome bucket of water on a hot day douses camp student Christian Branch. Camp counselor Brian Walker delivers the water.

PART 3 OF 4

RICHMOND – Our issue-by-issue look back at 2019 community news continues with the year’s third quarter, which includes the Ray County Fair’s 50th Anniversary... 

JULY

JULY 5

• Two Ray Countians file applications to grow medical marijuana, a state document reveals.

• Neighbors show concern for the aging bur oak tree in Orrick.

JULY 9

• The Ray County Commission agrees to seek damages against opioid manufacturers and distributors.

• Hundreds attend the Richmond Great American Celebration.

• A new program will allow Ray County to handle payroll in-house.

JULY 12

• The County Commission continues to reject paying health care costs for inmates.

• Flooding continues to keep Route J closed between Highway 13 and Hardin.

READ MORE in Friday's Richmond News.

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