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The Richmond (Mo.) Daily News #RIchmondNews The Richmond News is proud to be the Voice of Ray County since 1914. Published on Fridays in print, plus digital editions. Delivering the news to Ray County, MO since 1914.
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Thank you NorthStar Wellness for sponsoring The Summer Food Drive for Kids!  You Rock!
06/17/2020

Thank you NorthStar Wellness for sponsoring The Summer Food Drive for Kids! You Rock!

Congratulations Connie Taylor and Bridge of Hope on their grand opening and ribbon cutting.
06/12/2020

Congratulations Connie Taylor and Bridge of Hope on their grand opening and ribbon cutting.

06/11/2020
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06/11/2020

Kansas City Junior Tour golf is underway at Shirkey Golf Course in Richmond. Dylan Comstock of Orrick and Timmy Hamilton of Richmond are slated to tee off in less than an hour. Look for some live streaming shortly and tournament coverage in our June 19 print edition.

Thanks for supporting "Ray County Voices," our monthly podcast. If you want to listen to the latest episode or previous ...
06/11/2020
Ray County Voices

Thanks for supporting "Ray County Voices," our monthly podcast. If you want to listen to the latest episode or previous episodes, visit: https://www.buzzsprout.com/996223.

A news, sports and entertainment podcast covering and commenting on the goings-on in Ray County, Missouri.

Updated information from the Ray County Fair BoardWe are excited to announce details for the 2020 Ray County Fair. The h...
06/10/2020

Updated information from the Ray County Fair Board

We are excited to announce details for the 2020 Ray County Fair. The health and safety of our 4-H and FFA members and their families are our top priority. Due to COVID-19 and CDC guidelines our county fair will look different than years past. We are unable to have our annual Demolition Derby and King of Dirt which are two of our fundraisers for the year. With that being said, we are unable to pay out youth premiums but are still moving forward with livestock, small animal and ham shows and 4-H Achievement activities. It is important to keep in mind that these activities are for the betterment of our youth and allowing them to display their hard work.

Livestock shows, livestock auction, ham breakfast and auction will still take place like years past.

4-H/FFA events/activities: Shooting Sports, Ham Show, Dog Show, Rocketry Shoot-Off, Poultry Show, Cat Show, Clover Kid Pet Show, Fashion Review, Rabbit Show and Pet Show only will follow the MU Extension COVID-19 guidelines and we are hoping to be in at least Phase 2 by the date of the fair. This means no groups larger than 50 people (this will be strictly enforced so arrive early) and observe any CDC distancing guidelines in effect. We request one parent/guardian per youth at the event. Masks are not required but if you choose to wear one it will not be counted against you.

There are many variables that could come in to play between now and fair time. Any changes will be communicated through 4-H leaders and FFA advisors. We can’t wait to see all your projects in July!

Ray County Fair Association

The June episode of "Ray County Voices" has been recorded, mixed and uploaded to Buzzsprout.com. Look for it to go live ...
06/09/2020
"Ray County and Reopening" - Ray County Voices

The June episode of "Ray County Voices" has been recorded, mixed and uploaded to Buzzsprout.com. Look for it to go live Wednesday.

Meanwhile, here's the link to the May episode: https://www.buzzsprout.com/996223/3685558-ray-county-and-reopening. Listen and share.

Cathy Gottsch, Ray County Museum administrator, discusses what the museum has done during the COVD-19 pandemic and shares her plans for the museum during and after Ray County's reopening. Three Ray County school administrators discuss high school...

06/07/2020
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06/06/2020

To ease into covering motorsports, the Richmond News plans to stream live video of the races tonight at Central Missouri Speedway. Check back between 7:30 and 9.

06/05/2020
Don't know what to do with all the things you cleaned out of your garage? Donate them to Bridge of Hope.  http://boh4wom...
06/03/2020

Don't know what to do with all the things you cleaned out of your garage? Donate them to Bridge of Hope.
http://boh4women.org/

06/03/2020
Check out this Estate Farm Auction June 7th in Bates City
06/02/2020

Check out this Estate Farm Auction June 7th in Bates City

06/02/2020
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05/28/2020

The Ray County Fair is set for July. Look for coverage in our print edition and on our podcast series, "Ray County Voices."

05/28/2020

Richmond's Timmy Hamilton and Orrick's Dylan Comstock are playing golf this summer on the Kansas City Junior Tour. Look for coverage in our print edition.

05/27/2020
We're planning to begin editing and do some recording for our June episode of "Ray County Voices." Until then, here's th...
05/26/2020
"Ray County and Reopening" - Ray County Voices

We're planning to begin editing and do some recording for our June episode of "Ray County Voices." Until then, here's the link to our latest episode: https://www.buzzsprout.com/996223/3685558-ray-county-and-reopening. ...

And here's the link to our April episode: https://www.buzzsprout.com/996223/3295756-ray-county-and-the-coronavirus.

Cathy Gottsch, Ray County Museum administrator, discusses what the museum has done during the COVD-19 pandemic and shares her plans for the museum during and after Ray County's reopening. Three Ray County school administrators discuss high school...

05/20/2020

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Here is a few of the items, you will make if you attend the SPA Spin Club, open to ALL youth 8-18. Friday, Feb. 7 is the last day to register. Please call the Ray County Extension office at 816-776-6961 to register.
If you have a youth age 8-18 that is interested in learning how to make spa related items, then sign them up to participate in the SPA Spin Club hosted by Ray County 4-H. *4-H enrollment is not required to participate.
In search of Brandon. Someone has found a class ring. On the inside are his initials "BWH" and the inscription "Jostens LTMO." He graduated in 2000. The sapphire stone suggests that he may have been born in September. Anyone know whose ring this may be?
We need your help! Please share with your friends and family.
If anyone is missing an emu it is walking on Highway 13! Just south of Modot
One more performance left! Come to reflect and laugh, hopefully in equal measure!
Are there any blood drives in Richmond for November??
We've lived in Ray Co. for 25yrs and have never had problems with mail delivery. Lately.....well, we are not so happy with the USPS. Anyone else notice changes in your service, late delivery, or refusal to deliver ? Just wondering if these changes are common in the Richmond area.
Really. Why: