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East Ottawa Street open to traffic
Richwood area residents are happy to see the E. Ottawa Street project nearly complete. Other than a few landscaping projects to finish, the new village street is open for business. The project that was primarily funded through grant money, also received new water, sewer and storm lines, clean-outs and storm connections, gutters and curbs and asphalt. Since this project was completed ahead of the Oct. 1, 2017 schedule, council is hoping to begin repaving a section of Pearl Street between E. Bomford and E. Ottawa Streets soon. (photo by Sherryl Sheets)





Three-vehicle accident slows traffic
A three-vehicle collision slowed down traffic last Thursday, at 12:25 p.m., at the intersection of Route 347 and Wolford-Maskill Road. An orange 2013 Dodge Dart, driven by Paige Miller, 18, of Cable, with passenger Joshua Dickenson, 17, of Marysville, was heading southbound from Claibourne Road when she failed to stop at a stop sign. The car struck a green 2000 GMC Sierra, driven by Vincent DePietro, 55, of Marion. The car continued onto Wolford-Maskill Road, where it then struck a white 2012 Toyota Yaris, driven by Anna Haver, 30, of Columbus. Miller received minor injuries and was transported to Memorial Hospital. (photo by Jacob Runnels, Marysville Journal Tribune)












 


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