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Poles come tumbling down
Residents on Boundary Road lost their electricity about 6 p.m. last Friday evening. Blowing winds took down four large power poles on Boundary Road in the vicinity of Winnemac and Fish-Daum Roads. Union Rural Electric was called and had power restored about three hours later. Most poles were replaced and standing Saturday. (Photo submitted)




The Lancaster/Fairfield Public Transit system offers public transportation for $2 per ride. Shuttles there work as part of an on-demand service that can be scheduled in advance or as needed. Officials with the service believe a similar service would be successful locally. (Photo submitted)












Local News

Softball group wants a signed contract

John Deere dealership celebrates 75 years

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Local Sports

Wildcats pick up first win of season

NU track teams compete at River Valley Relays

Lady Cat softball crew has successful series against Graham





 

 

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