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Farris show features friends old and new

Cold temperatures kept most people at home, but it didn’t diminish the warmth and spirit of camaraderie at the Farris Theatre Sunday, April 6. The Farris Road Band, formerly known…

Information from City Hall conflicting

Reponses to The Daily News’ inquiries on the approval of a letter sent to International Association of Firefighters Local 3133 are conflicting. When asked last Thursday during a special Richmond…

Taco Bell/KFC owners hope to open in early May

Everyone in their family loves Taco Bell food. So, when Rajeev and Dimple Jain decided to pursue a lifelong dream of owning a business, the national restaurant chain seemed like…

Underage drinking is topic at tonight’s town hall meeting

Teens drink less often than adults, but when they do drink they tend to drink more than adults. Underage drinking occasions occur more often than not in a social setting…

Richmond Fire Department petitions to join union

The city of Richmond Fire Department has now unionized. Richmond Firemen petitioned the International Association of Firefighters Local 3133, which serves primarily the Central Jackson County Protection District, in January,…

It’s candy hunting season in Ray County

Preschool through fourth grade students are invited to an Easter Egg Hunt at Maurice Roberts Park this Saturday, April 11. Sponsored by the Richmond Recreation Department and local businesses, the…

Breaking ground

Richmond Masonic Lodge member Kenneth Nolker, left, shares a laugh with Rep. Bob Nance at the Richmond Masonic Building Association’s groundbreaking Friday afternoon on Clark Street. Footers and concrete flooring…

Local students excel in classroom

Hard work and excellence gets state ranking for the RHS Class of 2009 and Lawson High School Class of 2010. Julie Stevenson, curriculum director for Richmond, was eastatic about RHS’s…

Spiers disqualified from First Ward candidacy

The Daily News has learned that Scott Spiers is no longer a resident of the First Ward. Spiers called The Daily News on Thursday and confirmed what many believed to…

What are the needs of Ray County senior citizens?

The Ray County Senior Services Board is asking seniors over age 60 to participate in a survey to help them allocate money to areas in most need. The board has…