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Bailee Amstutz, center, with her lamb, Berry, are surrounded by members of the Branman Sand and Gravel Company of Colorado. They recently purchased her Grand Champion Market Lamb at the 2016 National Western Market Sheep Show held in Denver, Colorado. The sale of her lamb broke the standing record and sold for $50,000, which Bailee will receive 80 percent of the price. She is already preparing for this year’s events, as she and her parents are busy with the birthing of baby lambs. (photo submitted)


The North Union Middle School Robotics teams competed Thursday, Feb. 4, at RAMTEC Tri-Rivers, in the RAMTEX Ohio Middle School VEX Qualifer. Pictured above are team members Gage Zwayer, Avery Zwayer, Jared Smith, Lucien Hendrickson, Tyler Cox, Ronnie Schilling, Devan Vanderpool, Jake Willis, Casey Rensel, Eli Mishler, Kristi Matlack (coach) and Dawson Kiess.

Pictured above, is the high school Robotics team “Angels in Beta,” that took home the Excellence Award at the RAMTEC Tri-Rivers Chuck Speelman Classic VEX Qualifier last week. Pictured left to right, are Simeon Wilson, Blake Ackerman, Jalyn Woodford, Evan Woodford, Karissa McGinnis, and Austin Cox. Not pictured was Lydia Nordquist. (photos submitted)

 

 

 

 

 

Local News

Amstutz wins national sheep show

NU robotics teams continue to win

Council learns of new homes to be built

Elementary teacher under investigation

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Local Sports

Lady Cats tied for first place in the MOAC Red Division

North Union earns runner-up slot in MOAC wrestling

Wildcats defeat Elgin in overtime

NU Lady Cats rolls past Fredericktown

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