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Library staff and students plant the Curious Garden
Kids joined together with Carolyn Van Dyne, Youth Services Specialist, on Saturday May 12, and read “The Curious Garden,” by Peter Brown. After discussing the importance of gardens in a community, everyone rolled up their sleeves and started planting. The Curious Garden features a colorful variety of annuals and was mulched by high school students on Community Care Day!  Assisting with the project were Janice Jones and the Progressive Buds Garden Club, Brian and Jan Moody, Marilyn Coleman and Sue Callahan. (Photo by Sherryl Sheets)

Justin Monroe, left, stands on a combine with his great-grandfather Olin Parish. Monroe will be leaving in August to head to Ghana, Africa, to work as an agriculture teacher in the rural village of Ghana. He will work with the school’s 4-H club trying to improve the technology with local farmers there. (Photo submitted)

What a beautiful sight to see
This beautiful raised flower box sits on the backside of Richwood Greene Apartments at 235 Grove Street in Richwood. It once was a memorial garden, and friends and residents of the complex would donate memorials with names of friends and loved ones who had lived at the apartments and has passed on. The memorials have since been relocated under the flagpole, but the beautiful flowers bring smiles to those who enter or leave the building. Marge Gamble, a resident at the complex has cared for the flowers for a number of years. (Photo by Sherryl Sheets)


Local News

Remember and honor vets on Memorial Day

Richwood native to cultivate agricultural education in Ghana

School board honors many during meeting

Local Sports

Lady Cat softball team claims district title with walk-off home run victory

NU track athletes advance to regional meet

5K Sun Run scheduled



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