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A fun time at the FUNgus festival

The weather for Saturday’s Mushroom Festival did more than cooperate; it made for a day that organizers only dream about. The bright sun and shirtsleeve weather brought out a steady…

Orrick police implement 8 policies

Orrick city attorney Kevin Baldwin said the city’s police chief is bringing department policies into the 21st century. Baldwin said that half-jokingly, but he is clearly impressed with the work…

A LOOK AT ORRICK R-XI NEW BOARD MEMBERS

Jenny Nail-Miller is one of two new board members recently elected to the Orrick Board of Education. Miller believes her background working in the social service fi eld gives her…

Ray County goes to KC’s 5th District

Missouri’s General Assembly voted Wednesday to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a congressional redistricting map that divides the state into eight new congressional districts. The entire 105-member Republican House,…

Road closure to add time, hassle for drivers

Route 13 south of I-70 may have reopened this past weekend after work was completed on the bridge over Davis Creek, but another portion of the heavily traveled highway will…

Richmond man dies in head-on collision

A Richmond man died Sunday afternoon when the vehicle he was in was struck by a Jeep whose driver allegedly fell asleep and crossed the center line. According to the…

Hundreds pay respects for 16-year-old Meyer

The sanctuary of Richmond United Methodist Church isn’t small. In fact, it’s the largest – or one of the largest – in the area. But the sanctuary couldn’t accommodate the…

Council, with DOT, to beautify city’s Route T entrance

Richmond City Council approved a contract Tuesday with the state Department of Transportation to beautify an entrance to the city with scenic areas that will feature a monument of a…

One Earth Day fete for 2nd-graders, Shirkey

The celebration of Earth Day in Richmond ran the gamut from Sunrise Elementary second-graders creating posters that extolled the values of preservation, recycling and conservation to board members at Shirkey…

BIRDS OF FLIGHT MAKE PIT STOP IN RAY COUNTY

Ray County had some visitors recently, but they weren’t the kind interested in a block of rooms at the Super 8. The passers-through were flocks of migrating American White Pelicans…