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For those who have not been in the former Opera House for many years, this is the current look of the gym on the second floor. The upper ceiling has come down, bringing with it a few beams that support the roof. The revitalizing committee met last week to determine the feasibility of the future of the once popular icon in Richwood. Many people have played basketball, watched movies, toured the fire or police department when they were housed there. The committee is encouraging residents to share their support in deciding the future of the building. (Photo submitted)

Patton retires from Parrott Implement
Terry Patton, service department manager at Parrott Implement, retired Dec. 30, 2020 after 45 years of employment. A celebration was held at the local John Deere business, inviting current and former customers, friends and family, to honor his service. (Photo submitted)

Local News

Committee discussing future of the former town hall, opera house

NU School board ready for new year

Reduced calls for service still keep police busy in 2020

Fire and EMS release statistics

Local Sports

Wildcats crush Lakers; Terrill earns 300th victory

Lady Cat cagers split recent games with Urbana, London

North Union bowlers fall in recent action



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