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7/26/06

     Dr. Carol Young retires as NU Superintendent

     Council tables parking ordinance; Wood/Norris Streets to be repaved

7/19/06

     Bleacher replacement project to be completed by July 28

     Stephens killed in auto accident on honeymoon

     REAP in desperate need of supplies

7/12/06

     Contractor awarded bid for Ottawa Ditch Project

     Memorial Hospital  of Union County to open new Urgent Care facility

7/6/06

     Gibson brothers put name back out front at Sandusky


Dr. Carol Young retires as NU Superintendent
"Thanks" and "no regrets" are two phrases Carol Young uses often when
talking about her retirement as superintendent of the North Union Local
School District.
"It's been a great career and a great challenge," she said recently. "I am
very thankful for the opportunity, and very proud of all we have
accomplished."

Council tables parking ordinance; Wood/Norris Streets to be repaved
By Leigh Ann Glass
Village Council members decided to table the third reading of the new
Parking Ordinance when they met in regular session  on Monday, July 24.

Bleacher replacement project to be completed by July 28
By Leigh Ann Glass   
North Union Treasurer Scott Maruniak informed members at the Monday,
July 17 North Union Board of Education meeting, that the bleacher
replacement project is scheduled for completion by Friday, July 28.
Due to problems at another location, outside of the state, construction
at the North Union site has been on hold for the past few days.

Stephens killed in auto accident on honeymoon
By KIMBERLY SIMMONS from the Lima News   
Billy R. Stephens Jr. loved fishing and was a prankster who loved to
make people smile, said his wife Lori.

REAP in desperate need of supplies
Members of The Rich-wood Emergency Assistance Program (REAP)
met Thursday, July 13 and heard that monetary and food donations are
very low. During the April through June quarter, 259 people in the North
Union School District were assisted with food and grocery store vouchers by REAP.

Contractor awarded bid for Ottawa Ditch Project
  By Leigh Ann Glass
Ed Bischoff of Bischoff, Miller, & Associates informed solons at the
Monday, July 10 Village of Richwood Council meeting that D.E. Phillips
Excavating, Inc., from Forest, Ohio  made a bid on the Ottawa Ditch Project.
The company made a Base Bid (Phase 1) of $251,000 and an Alternate Bid
(Phase 2) of $62,000.

Memorial Hospital  of Union County to open new Urgent Care facility
Submitted by: MHUC
Memorial Hospital of Union County (MHUC) is pleased to announce the
opening of an Urgent Care in Marysville. This in an effort to address the
needs of patients, employers and insurers.

Gibson brothers put name back out front at Sandusky
By TODD RIDGEWAY
It is no secret that if your name is Gibson and you reside in the village
of Richwood, Ohio there is a good chance that you are somewhat attracted to
open wheel style racing.

 

 

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