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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…

Teachers notice need for weekend nutrition

When Richmond Sunrise Elementary Social Worker Julie Hyder heard students say they were hungry, didn’t eat over the weekend and teachers began to report the same information, something needed to…

Park Board secures financing to move projects forward

Funds from the city’s Park tax have not begun to roll in yet, but that isn’t stopping the Park Board from getting projects started and completed. The Richmond City Council…

Battleground Missouri: McCain rallies the voter base in Show-Me-State Monday

Sen. John McCain is in the midst of the biggest political battle of his life and the battlefield is right here in Missouri. McCain made stops in St. Charles and…

Battleground Missouri: Obama draws huge crowds across Missouri over the weekend

Missouri is a battleground for the 2008 election and the Barack Obama campaign sees Missouri as an opportunity. In Missouri’s past, traditionally the state has gone red in Presidential elections,…

Former Senate leader heads up transportation

All of the orange barrels along Missouri highways will be disappearing soon from all of the transportation projects that have been underway the last several years. Projects like the Business…

The ‘Great Pumpkin’

Camden now boasts the claim to fame of being the home to “The Great Pumpkin,” of Missouri. It all started with an idea. What would it be like to grow…

Local campaigns taking notes from national races

With the election less than three weeks away, local races are starting to heat up and punches are being thrown. Last night Rep. Bob Nance, R-Excelsior Springs, held a fundraiser…