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Local attorney sets up new shop

The stately Ray County Courthouse is the jewel of the square, but some of the century-old buildings that encompass it have lost their luster. For attorney Mark Goodwin, transforming the…

Show Me Ethanol hires new CFO

Show Me Ethanol of Carrollton has hired a new Chief Financial Officer. Richard Hanson has been named the new CFO according to a Security and Exchanges Commission filing. The filing…

MoDOT prepares residents for bridge closure

Officials with the Missouri Department of Transportation met with residents in Henrietta Thursday evening to inform them of a bridge closure. The meeting was at the Henrietta Community Center and…

Man sentenced to 10 years for selling drugs

A Wood Heights man will spend the next 10 years in prison after working out a plea agreement on Wednesday for selling marijuana. James D. McMillen, 46, was facing 14…

Rita Bunn: 2009 The Daily News Mother of the Year

Biology may be the smallest ingredient in the making of a wonderful mother. Alan Bunn of Kansas City would agree. His mother, Rita Bunn of rural Richmond, came into his…

We’ve been ‘flocked’ – Plague of the pink flamingoes hits Richmond

Residents in Richmond and surrounding areas should be on the look out for a flock, maybe two, of pink flamingoes that might have chosen this flight path for their migration.…

Firemen called to restaurant over Mushroom Festival weekend

Richmond Fire was called for a fire at Tequila Jalisco Mexican Restaurant on Saturday evening, according to a report filed by the department. Upon arrival, customers had been removed from…

Rural burning may require permit

Some recent illegal burnings have sparked some dialogue from the state’s enforcement agency. Missouri Department of Natural Resources Environmental Specialist Aaron Bleibaum paid a visit to the Richmond Fire Department…

President announces plan to help sustain renewable fuels

The federal government announced yesterday that they are pumping more money into the sagging ethanol industry. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson and Energy Secretary…

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive this Saturday

The USDA released some very disturbing facts recently that millions of Americans are having to choose between rent, utilities, medicine and food when it comes to spending. In the U.S.…