Officer Frazier receives promotion
By: LEIGH ANN GLASS
Council met in regular session on Monday, March 26 at
Office with Council Peg Wiley absent.
Police Committee Chair Jim Thompson
stated that his committee
interviewed three candidates for the sergeant's
position, which is
currently open, at the Richwood Police Department (RPD).
determined that Officer Becky Frazier was the best candidate to
Voter registration deadline near for Special
Deadline is fast approaching for voters in the Village of
Cutoff is Monday, April 9, at 4 p.m. for anyone wanting to cast
ballot in the Special Election set for Tuesday, May 8.
Spring Giveaway in progress
Fifteen area businesses have donated merchandise
and gift certificates
for one lucky winner in the annual Richwood Area
(RABA) Spring Giveaway. The prize basket is valued at
Certified Oil Station robbed at gunpoint
Certified Oil Company, located
at 25 E. Blagrove Street was robbed at
gunpoint by an person-unknown on
Wednesday, March 14 around 8:20 p.m.
NU Veterans memorial project
At long last, the North Union District Veterans Memorial
have collected all the pieces of the puzzle.
student brings home music awards from national competition
American Idol fans, Union County has a contender.
Village Administrator updates Council on various projects
By Leigh Ann
Village Administrator Larry Baxa updated Council on the various
projects that have been taking place throughout the Village when
Council met in regular session on Monday, March 12. Council member
Wade McCalf was absent.
Petition drive now underway for Getting It
Right for Ohio’s Future
Getting It Right For Ohio’s Future is the
opportunity for all
students to have a high quality, fairly funded
education place in the
New competitions, events planned for 2007 fair
Emerson Drive to highlight
The Richwood Independent Fair Board has announced new
scheduled entertainment for this year’s fair, set for Wednesday,
29 through Monday, Sept. 3.
Village to hold Special
Village Council has passed a resolution to hold a Special
Tuesday, May 8 for voters to decide the fate of a four-mill
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