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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.…

'Oh, it's magic'

Professor Steiner unveils J.J. Waters’ head after the magic that caused his head to appear to grow larger. Waters is smiling now, but was not so sure about the illusion…

Stouffer, Nance support secret ballot issue

A ballot initiative that would allow voters to decide if the Missouri Constitution should be amended to protect the right to vote by secret ballot has one more hurdle to…

Fire station vote set for May 18

The Richmond Fire Department will decide whether to join a union or not on May 18. Currently the city of Richmond and the Richmond Fire Department are going through a…

Park board will release plan in a month

The Park Board’s plan for how they are going to spend taxpayers money should be ready in a month. Park Board member Glen Martin has been putting together the plan,…

Mary Lou Baker and Friends raise money for Children’s Miracle Network

Country and bluegrass music filled the Farris Theatre when Mary Lou Baker and Friends played to a crowd of 400 on Sunday, April 19. This show was a benefit for…

Polo woman dies in car crash

A Polo woman lost her life Sunday night in a one car crash on Highway 13 near Fields Road. Jean L. Venable, 46, was pronounced dead at the scene. The…

Five year run from the law ends in Richmond

A man’s five-year run from law enforcement ended on Thursday at the Mushroom Festival. Matthew A. Land, 24, was arrested near Franklin and Camden streets Thursday night at about 10:40…

School district sends flu information packet home with students

Late last week Richmond school officials took extra precautions to warn parents about the H1N1 (Swine flu) virus. Each student was sent home with a two-page information packet from the…