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Wall Street bail out had bi-partisan support and opposition

The news of the economic rescue plan by Congress didn’t seem to improve the confidence of investors on Monday as the Dow Jones Industrial market fell more than 800 points…

Fire Safety Week

Ruth Latham’s fourth grade class had the answers to Richmond Firefighter Rob Kinnard’s questions about fire safety. Kinnard and firefighter Jerrett Love conducted the fire safety instruction. Richmond Fire Department’s…

Youth program focuses on treatment, not discipline

Jake doesn’t know where he would be today if he hadn’t gone to Watkins Mill Park Camp, but he thinks it saved his life. Jake is a 17-year-old kid who…

Thompson crowned Richmond Homecoming Queen

2007 Richmond High School Homecoming Queen Kristen McMillian officially coronates 2008 Richmond High School Homecoming Queen Lisa Thompson. Thompson was joined by her father Rodney Thompson. (Photo by Russ Green/The…

Good times at homecoming weekend

FAR LEFT: Members of the Richmond Middle School Football Team had a good time during the parade throwing candy out to waiting children lining the roads of the square Friday…

Boy who lost legs in accident doing better

He is doing well. Colton Newman, the 3-year-old Polo boy who lost his legs below the knees in a Sept. 16 brush hog accident, is “up and talking,” according to…

Richmond Spirit

Seniors of the Richmond High School Football team received high-fives from students at Dear Elementary School on Friday morning. (Photo by Brenda Jensen/The Daily News)…

Ray-Carroll opens first E85 station

In front of the Show Me Ethanol plant along Highway 10 in Carrollton, a new kind of fuel station is being constructed by Ray-Carroll Fuels. Besides having the typical mid-grade…

Dealer says consumers will drive new technolgies

Local car dealer Rob Swafford says there are many opportunities in the market for alternative fuel cars, but consumers will pay for it. Swafford spoke to members of the Richmond…

Projects from parks 1/4 cent sales tax are starting to develop around town

Park Board members say they are proud of the amount of progress that has been made so far in several parks. In April, a one-fourth cent sales tax passed, allowing…