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4/3/19

      NU robotics teams qualify for world

      Red Cross volunteers needed to install smoke alarms

      NUHS graduate serves in Navy’s submarine force

      Churches invited to publish Easter service hours

4/10/19
      Phase One project on schedule
      Honda tops $100 million in giving to area communities
      RABA welcomes spring with basket giveaway
      Parents, learn more about opioid abuse
4/17/19
      RABA plans spring events
      NU School board learns of programs at middle school
      Family hopes for closure after 26-year-old murder trial
      Churches offer special Easter services to public
 


NU robotics teams qualify for world
From Richwood Gazette Staff reports
The regular competition season for North Union’s robotics teams has come to a close for the 2018-2019 year. It was another extremely successful year for our teams, most of which qualified and competed at the state championship level just a few weeks ago, and several North Union teams will continue their season later this month at the VEX World Championship in Louisville, KY.

Red Cross volunteers needed to install smoke alarms
From Richwood Gazette Staff reports
The North Central Ohio Chapter of the American Red Cross is needing volunteers to help the effort of the “Sound the Alarm” home fire safety program that begins April 27. The goal is to install 100,000 free smoke alarms across the United States.

NUHS graduate serves in Navy’s submarine force
From Richwood Gazette Staff reports
Fireman recruit Jarred Covert, of Marysville, is a member of the U.S. Navy’s “Silent Service” submarine force.
Covert is a 2017 graduate of North Union High School and is assigned to the USS Georgia. He takes on the task to execute one of the Defense Department’s most important mission of strategic deterrence.

Churches invited to publish Easter service hours
By Sherryl Sheets
Easter Sunday will be held on Sunday, April 21, and many churches will be inviting the public to attend their special services. 

Phase One project on schedule
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
Village council members questioned Village Administrator Monte Asher on the status of the Franklin Street project. Asher replied that things have been going quite well. New gas lines have been installed from Beatty Avenue/N. Franklin Street and down Landon Road. The weather has cooperated and crews have been busy.

Honda tops $100 million in giving to area communities
By Mac Cordell, Marysville JT reporter
With its most recent round of charitable giving, Honda of America Mfg., Inc. has surpassed $100 million in philanthropic contributions to local Ohio communities.

RABA welcomes spring with basket giveaway
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The Richwood Area Business Association (RABA) is once again hosting their annual “Spring Giveaway Basket.” The event runs from April 3 to 17th.

Parents, learn more about opioid abuse
The Union County Sheriff’s Office will host an informative event on “Learn the Warning Signs of Teenage Substance Misuse.” Mark your calendar and plan to attend the Thursday, April 11 event from 3 to 7 p.m.  at  940 London Avenue in Marysville.

RABA plans spring events

By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The Richwood Area Business Association met April 9 for their monthly meeting.
In old business, it was announced that the Spring Basket Giveaway will conclude on Wednesday, April 17. Participating businesses have been gathering sign-ups from customers and each business will draw a winner on April 17. The businesses will contact their winner and the winner will receive a certificate for a beautiful hanging basket at Plotner Hardware.

NU School board learns of programs at middle school
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The North Union Board of Education held their monthly meeting at the North Union Middle School Monday evening. Board members toured the facility prior to the start of the meeting.

Family hopes for closure after 26-year-old murder trial
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
Ted Travis and his children and fiance’ sat in the Marion County Common Pleas Court last week to hear hopefully the last appeal in his daughter’s rape and murder trial, which took place in 1993.

Churches offer special Easter services to public
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
Area churches are inviting the public to attend special Easter Services this week. Listed below are programs offered, which are free.















 

 

 

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