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Cody Johnston, left, a Richwood Fair board member, nominated Travis Bahan, center, to the Ohio Department of Agriculture for Bahan’s support over the years to the Richwood Independent Fair. Fair board president Geoff Phipps presented Bahan with a certificate from the ODA at Tuesday night’s board meeting. (Photo by Sherryl Sheets)





 Donor recognized for his gift of life
Larry Phipps, of Richwood, is an area resident who has been faithful in donating blood at bloodmobiles. He received a pin and certificate acknowledging his donation of 28th gallons. His dedication to help the American Red Cross began in the late 1960’s. At that time he gave once a year. Now, the Red Cross schedules drives in Richwood six times a year, to keep blood and platelet donations coming. Kandi Krebehenne, right, is a blood drive coordinator for Richwood, who is congratulating Phipps on his service to help save lives. (Photo by Sherryl Sheets)




Two more North Union High School robotics team have qualified for state competition in Columbus. The teams above were the tournament champions at Pickerington High School recently. Pictured left to right, is Christian Rezes, Gabriel Mahoney, Calvin Harvey, Kelsey Walczak-Music, Cammie Shenkle, Lilly Taylor, Owen Hall, Nathan Matlack, and Mack Plotner. (Photo submitted)








Local News

Resident is recognized by Ohio Department of Ag

Village council discusses upcoming projects for 2020

Two more robotics teams qualify for state competition

Fire department summary shows a busy year
 

Local Sports

Wildcats use aggressive play, deep bench to remain unbeaten

Lady Cats struggle to convert shots in loss to RV






 

 

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