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Students learn about substance abuse

October 23-31 is nationally recognized as Red Ribbon Week and is another opportunity to raise awareness about the dangers of substance abuse. Richmond students will participate in awareness activities each…

Autumn’s Amber Fields

Late afternoon light radiated a golden glow on a soybean field against a backdrop of white farm buildings and a brooding sky – an ominous message that winter isn’t far…

State to audit city of Richmond

A citizen’s group fed up with the way the city of Richmond’s city council and mayor have conducted business will get their wish. State Auditor Susan Montee has sent letters…

Sunshine will bring new roads

As soon as the rain stops, the work can begin. Last week construction crews from Metro Asphalt milled the roads around the downtown revitalization area and other needed streets in…

Hardin man trying to bring RV park to town

Discussions continued about a proposed RV park in the city limits of Hardin at the monthly Hardin City Council on Monday. Hardin resident Jason Raasch is trying to get city…

What do voters think is going to happen in such an historic election?

Elections are just around the corner, so The Daily News ventured into the public to ask their opinion on who they think will win the election, whether their vote was…

Sewer rates on the rise next spring

Next spring customers hooked onto Richmond’s sewer system will see an increase in their bills. Starting April 1, 2009, rates will increase by 5.5 percent across the board. The increase…

Students recognized for essays

The Orrick Board of Education met this past Monday and among the many topics on the agenda were the recognition of two Students of the Month, and four students were…

Lexington man now wanted in three counties

A Lexington man charged with exploiting the elderly is now wanted in Ray County and other places as well. Andrew K. Huffman, 18, failed to appear in court yesterday to…

Economic woes drive more people to pantry

Sharp hikes in food prices and rising unemployment have more people seeking help at The Salvation Army in Richmond. “The need is very great,” said Judy Zilliox of The Salvation…