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A helping hand for the holiday

Salvation Army case worker Judy Zilliox fills bags with commodity items such as Ramen noodles, canned vegetables, crackers and fresh fruit on Monday morning. The volunteers started handing out commodities…

Hardin Fire Protection Board at odds with city

Hardin City Council and the Hardin Fire Protection Board are at odds with the construction of the city’s new fire station. According to the Public Works Director Larry Eastley, the…

Adventure club seeking to increase enrollment

The Richmond R-XVI School District’s School Age Child Care (SACC) program provides before and after school child care for school age children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The Adventure Club,…

Local comedian says laughter is key to success in life and work

A local Richmond comedian was spreading around the laughs last week and he hopes it is contagious. Kent Rader spent 17 years as an accountant before moving on to become…

Snowchild tree asks for gifts

The Richmond Housing Authority is asking business owners and individuals to help make a local child’s Christmas special. The Housing Authority has set up a snowchild tree to adopt a…

Conflicts of interest

The list of items that a state conducted audit will look at is growing by the day. After reviewing Missouri statutes, The Daily News believes Richmond Mayor Lance Green has…

RHS Dance team debuts today

Richmond High School has put together a 12-member dance team this year with Misty Sims as the coach. Though they are relatively new, they are also talented, full of energy…

Show Me Ethanol may default on loan

After a successful start up last spring, Missouri’s largest ethanol plant is facing a tough economic challenge. Last week officials with Show Me Ethanol filed a report with the United…

Jail debris wreaks havoc with sewer system

Remnants of an orange jumpsuit and other materials from the Ray County Jail are clogging things up in Henrietta. The Ray County Commissioners already agreed to pay one bill for…

How do my feathers look?

Mykayla Shank asked fellow kindergartener Mackenzie James for a little fashion advice Wednesday at Dear Elementary School. The children dressed up as pilgrims and Indians for a “Dear feast” meal.…