Local Archived News Dec '06
Arrest made in Richwood area stolen TV ring
From: The Marysville Journal-Tribune
Law enforcement officials released information on an investigation of
stolen high definition televisions allegedly being sold by a Richwood area
Franklin County Sheriff Jim Karnes reported on Thursday, Dec. 21, that his
deputies were investigating a grand theft report from Dublin.
Hoffman, Karcher to retire from Richwood Banking Company
The Richwood Banking Company (RBC) Board of Directors announces the
retirement of Bank Presi-dent Nancy Hoffman and Internal Auditor Joyce
Karcher effective December 31, 2006.
Improvements discussed for high school baseball diamond;
Board nixes eighth grade class trip to Cleveland/Cedar Point
By Leigh Ann Glass
Treasurer Scott Maruniak informed Board members at the North Union Board
of Education meeting held on Monday, Dec. 18, about possible improvements
that could be made to the high school baseball field.
Petitions presented to Council asking for skateboarding park
By CATHY MILLER
At the Monday, Dec. 11 Village of Richwood Council meeting, Debbie Skaggs
addressed members of Council, on behalf of four pages of petitioners, asking
solons to incorporate a skateboarding park into the Richwood Park.
Flu Clinic returns to Richwood
The Union County Health Department, in partnership with Memorial Hospital of
Union County, has announced that another adult flu clinic will be held in
Scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 21 from 1 to 3 p.m., the clinic will be held
at the Northern Union County Fire House, 602 N. Franklin St. Registration
for the clinic will not begin until 1 p.m. The clinic is open to any person
nine years of age or older who would like a flu shot.
NU District Veterans Memorial reaches goal
The North Union District Veterans Memorial group has announced that the
initial goal of $90,000, cash in hand, has been met.
After the groundbreaking ceremony held September 30, 2006 the sale of
Veterans bricks, sidewalk bricks, sidewalk pavers, and the receipt of
donations was outstanding. Over 515 veteran bricks, 54 sidewalk bricks
(4'x8') and 31 sidewalk pavers (8'x8') have been purchased.
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