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Clouds part for ‘lifetime experience’

Clouds part for ‘lifetime experience’

The Aug. 21, 2017 Great American Eclipse By the Richmond News Staff Twilight came and went in just a matter of minutes. And so did the rain in Ray County.…

Ray Co. Memorial Hospital receives ‘good’ rating

By Leah Wankum, Editor Ray County Memorial Hospital received a good performance rating following an audit of the institution. So declared the Missouri State Auditor’s Office, with State Auditor Nicole…

Historic petition stalls Right to Work enactment

By Leah Wankum, Editor Voters – and not state legislators – will get to decide if Right to Work is right for Missouri. In a historic effort to overturn Right…

Public Administrator’s office gets training on fraud, audit tips

By Leah Wankum, Editor The Ray County Public Administrator’s Office now knows more about how to receive a good audit. From fraud and cyber security to whistleblower policies and internal…

Eagleton food pantry complete

Eagleton food pantry complete

$299,000 project expands storage and prep space, operates on one level By Leah Wankum, Editor Construction is complete on the Eagleton Center, and a whole new operation for the Harvesters…

Retired teachers helping teachers

Retired teachers helping teachers

Sunrise Strikers teacher awarded funds from state retired teachers association By Leah Wankum, Editor Richmond music teacher awarded $500 to extend Sunrise Strikers program for Dear students By Leah Wankum /…

Phase II Spartan Drive sidewalk project to begin soon

By Leah Wankum, Editor Construction on the new stretch of sidewalk along Spartan Drive can begin any day now. The Richmond City Council approved the Notice of Award for Kenney-Hall…

H-C board sets tax rate for facility upgrades

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News During a special hearing Monday night, the Hardin-Central Board of Education set the tax rate for Hardin-Central’s 2017-18 school year. Superintendent Trey Cavanah…

Area emergency personnel prepare for eclipse

State, local officials expect road congestion and disruptions to cell phone, internet connections By Leah Wankum, Editor Emergency personnel in Ray County and statewide are concerned about public safety during…

Warning: Solar eclipse glasses may not be safe for viewing

JoEllen Black, Publisher Dear Readers, Those who purchased or received solar eclipse viewing glasses through our office are recommended not to use them to view the sun or partial solar eclipse…