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Pictured above is the 1928 Seagraves fire truck that was once owned by the Village of Richwood. It was retired after many years and sold in 1962 to the American Legion Post 40, later to be sold to Richwood area resident William Moore. Moore recently returned the equipment to the village as a piece of history for residents to enjoy. The truck will be restored and kept inside from the elements, hopefully for many more years to come. (Photo submitted)





NU FFA members receive degrees
Kenzie Stinemetz and Micalea Schilling received their American FFA Degrees, the highest degree the FFA offers, at the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana recently. Of the over, 650,000 FFA members nationwide, less than two percent earn the American FFA Degree. Schilling is the daughter of Ron and Susanne Schilling and Stinemetz is the daughter of Bill Stinemetz and Shelly Manns. (Photo submitted)








 



 


Local News

A piece of Richwood history comes back to the village

Several residents indicted by grand jury

Last blood drive of the year set for Nov. 19

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Cross Country team has successful season

NU gridders earn all-district 









 

 

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