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Hot blaze on a frigid day

The owners of this home near Pine and Bissel Streets in Orrick could only watch as an Orrick firefighter makes his way into their home on Wednesday afternoon, putting out…

Rose Court Motel gets new life

Rose Court was a faded relic from a bygone day. The early 1950s motor court on old Highway 10 was considered a fleabag, a place where you wouldn’t want to…

Firemen invite the public to their house

On Wednesday, Jan. 14, the Richmond Fire Department looks forward to greeting the public from 7 to 9 a.m. at its new fire station at 303 Thornton. The department is…

One block at a time

Workers from Craft Masonry, Kansas City, took advantage of the warmer temperatures on Friday, Jan. 9, to get a good portion of the concrete wall done on the west side…

Miller sure she will not run for City Council

Councilwoman Melissa Miller will not seek re-election in April. Miller told The Daily News on Monday that she does not plan on filing for re-election, although she did say she…

Charges dropped against wife and friend of man accused of incest

Charges have been dropped against the wife of a Richmond man accused of incest. Kimberly Potter, the wife of Rodney Williams, will not face felony charges of tampering with a…

Ray County Services increases workload

The state’s Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities is shifting the case manager workload to local entities, including Ray County. Parents of children who receive services for developmental disabilities…

Improvement plan may be adopted by school board Tuesday night

The Richmond R-XVI School Board will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, in the district office at 1017 E. Main in Richmond. Topics will include reports…

Message from Congress is to lower expectations

Lower the expectations was the message sent Friday morning at a meeting in downtown Kansas City between members of the Mid-America Regional Council and representatives of local Congressional leaders. MARC…

Communities hope projects make stimulus list

Just like children do during the holiday season, local communities have put together their wish lists only this time the federal government is playing Santa. The wish list was compiled…