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New business to build on Main and Institute

New business to build on Main and Institute

A long-standing building on the southwest corner of Institute and Main streets is now gone and the site ready for a new occupant. The building located near the Dear School…

Former Royal Eisenreich leads House of Hope tourney at Shirkey

Jim Eisenreich is no stranger to Royals fans. The soft-spoken, good-natured outfi elder played in Kansas City from 1987-1992, endearing himself with fans for both his athletic ability – Eisenreich,…

Medicine Shoppe to open Oct. 17

The changes are beginning to take shape as the new Medicine Shoppe prepares for its Oct. 17 opening inside the Richmond Apple Market. Recently completed new sidewalks outside the store…

FAD raising $25,000 to complete art gallery

The Friends of the Farris Theatre board has no shortage of ideas for art shows it plans to host at the Gallery and Museum of Fine Arts, perhaps as early…

Small tells Orrick board: ‘an incredibly challenging budget year’

Superintendent Chris Small presented a budget update from the state of Missouri during Monday’s meeting of the Orrick School Board. Small attended the Governor’s Kickoff meeting in Jefferson City last…

Plans unveiled for new Shirkey assisted-living facility

If all goes as planned, Ray County will soon have its first assisted living facility. Within a year, the Shirkey Pavilion will be opening at the location that housed Dr.…

Council votes 7-1 for 2011-12 budget

Richmond City Council voted 7-1 Tuesday to approve a 2011-12 budget that projects $2.866 million in general fund income and expenses that will leave an estimated $32,000 in reserves. Ward…

City awarded 2012 country gospel convention

Richmond has long called itself “The Mushroom Capital of the World.” Next summer, it will see how it feels to be a convention mecca. The Country Gospel Music Association, a…

Residents vent health-care angst to McCaskill aide

The dozen people who turned out Thursday for an hour question-andanswer session with two Sen. Claire McCaskill staff members vented on everything from immigration reform to American companies hiring foreign…

Bulldogs Look Impressive in 4-Team Jamboree

Photo PHOTO: Hardin-Central senior Randy Estenbaum stiff arms Anthony Allred of Southwest to gain extra yardage in Friday’s Jamboree in Hardin. The Bulldogs outscored Southwest and shut out Chilhowee and…