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Miniature horses visit daycare
Children at the Building Blocks Daycare Center had two visitors last week. Miniature horse Chelsea, left, and her colt Boomer, stopped by to say hi to the kids. Jim Goodwin, owner of the two miniature horses, said that Boomer was born on July 4 and it seemed fitting to name him after the sound of fireworks. Holding the lead on Boomer, on the right, is Goodwin’s granddaughter Layla, daughter of Mike and Mandy Goodwin of Marysville. On the left, holding on to Chelsea, is Goodwin’s grandson, Carson, son of Adam and Laura Goodwin of Raymond. (photo by Sherryl Sheets)

Was it a tornado?
Residents are not sure, but the effects of damage looks like a tornado went through last week. Route 37, from Magnetic Springs, north on Route 4 to Route 37 to Richwood, looks like a mini tornado stripped and took down trees and branches. This home on Route 37 near Magnetic Springs, received downed trees in the yard and on the roof of the house, metal roofing was taken off the barn and nearby fields of corn were leaning from the gusts of wind. (photo by Sherryl Sheets)








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