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hope center

Pictured above at the Hope Center donation are, from left to right, Andrew Nitch of ACCIONA Energía, Hope Center Executive Director/CEO Becky Bolt, Hope Center Director of Compassion Ministries Lorie Spain, Miguel d’Escoto of ACCIONA Energía, Hope Center Director of Community Ministries Tisha Miller and Francisco Molina of ACCIONA Energía. (Photo submitted)



Christmas-Tree-Library

Light Up the Library event returns
Officer Colton Brown, pictured at left, and Lt. Jim Hill, and of the Richwood Police Department set up a public safety themed  Christmas tree at the Richwood-North Union Library for the Light Up the Library event. Area businesses, organizations, and families are welcome to decorate and set up a tree promoting and representing their group. There is no cost at all, and trees can be set up at the library anytime between now and Dec 2. All are invited to a holiday open house on Saturday, Dec. 3, from noon to 3 p.m. to view the decorated trees at the library on East Ottawa Street. (Photo submitted)











Local News

Richwood woman indicted for breaking and entering, theft

ACCIONA donates to Hope Center, Marysville Food Pantry

Task force in process of drug round-up

UCHD monitors illnesses in area

Coalition encourages safe driving this Thanksgiving

County looks to beef up 911 system north of Marysville



Local Sports

Lady Cats take out Cardington-Lincoln kicking off the 2022 season, 47-32

North Union’s Davis chooses to enroll early at Purdue