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Healing animals at Heifer Festival
Veterinary students from Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine and Oates Veterinary Clinic of Kenton, were busy Saturday, stitching up animals who needed a little tender loving care for young customers. Organizers for the annual Heifer Festival were very happy with the attendance and support for raising funds to be sent to Heifer International. There were silent auctions, a cake walk, games, food, musical entertainment, demonstrations and a host of other events that kept visitors busy. 

Baseball diamond to get a facelift
Monroe Field at Richwood Park, is getting a facelift this fall. Sean Kiess, president of the North Union Baseball for Boys, said the organization lost a few thousand dollars in concession sales due to the excessive rainfall this spring and summer. When the field of play is under water, games get postponed and no money is made at the concession stand. Fisher Excavating is tiling the diamond and Kiess hopes that the rainfall won’t stop games next year. Kiess also said that the outfield fence will come in a few feet and red brick dust will be laid around the infield, which should help absorb some of the moisture. (photo by Sherryl Sheets)






Local News

County engineers say “no” to Issue 3

Council prepares to amend ordinances regarding H.B. 5

October is Fire Prevention Month

RABA announces upcoming events


Local Sports

Late scores lead Harding past North Union

Lady Cats battle hard, but lose to Alder

North Union sweeps past Harding

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