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9/1/21

      Ag-Pro purchases Parrott Implement

      Eagle Scouts acknowledged for park projects

      UCHD further analyzes shot clinics damages

      Library announces fall programming

      Richwood Independent Fair begins

9/8/21
      NU updates website as coronavirus cases increase, students quarantine
      Village committees to meet
      Richwood to celebrate customers, residents with all-day festivities
9/15/21
      Union County fields, lawns experience damage from Fall Armyworm outbreak
      Richwood Council discusses permits for vendors, reads two resolutions to be approved this month
      Committee applies for grant to fund third phase of opera house restoration project
 

Ag-Pro purchases Parrott Implement
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
Ag-Pro Companies officially acquired Parrott Implement Co., 396 E. Blagrove St. in Richwood, recently.
“We’re excited to be a part of Richwood and look forward to meeting the customers, determining their needs and seeing how we can better serve them,” said Tyler Cannada, corporate marketing manager of Ag-Pro. “This community has been a staple for Ohio agriculture, and we are thankful we have the opportunity to be a part of that.”

Eagle Scouts acknowledged for park projects
Submitted by Reddy Brown
Richwood’s newest Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scouts were recently recognized at Richwood Park. Justin North and Trevor Brumfield received letters of commendation in a special ceremony attended by parents, grandparents, members of Troop 440, members of Pack 109, members of Village Council and Mayor Scott Jerew.

UCHD further analyzes shot clinics damages
By Kayleen Petrovia, Marysville J-T Reporter
Members of the Union County Board of Health agree that damage done to the fairgrounds during COVID-19 vaccination clinics should be repaired, but are still unsure of the price and who will foot the bill.

Library announces fall programming
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
The Richwood-North Union Public Library has announced its fall program guide for patrons of all ages. In-person programs will be held in the meeting room with socially distanced seating. Masks are strongly recommended for all. As for virtual programming, craft bags will be available for pickup in the library’s lobby. Program videos are posted to the library’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Richwood Independent Fair begins
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The Richwood Independent Fair started its six-day event today and runs through Labor Day Monday. Opening ceremonies were held this morning, welcoming the public to the fair.

NU updates website as coronavirus cases increase, students quarantine
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
North Union Local School District Superintendent Richard Baird sent a letter to the community on Aug. 27, stating that the COVID-19 information page on the education district’s website will be updated as cases are reported.

Village committees to meet
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
Subcommittees of the Village of Richwood are scheduled to meet this month for a variety of topics concerning the community.

Richwood to celebrate customers, residents with all-day festivities
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The Village of Richwood will be buzzing with activity Saturday, Sept. 18, so mark your calendar and plan to participate at any or all of the events in town!

Union County fields, lawns experience damage from Fall Armyworm outbreak
Submitted by Wayne Dellinger
The Fall Armyworm has taken over many fields and lawns across Ohio and more recently Union County.   Identified by daytime feeding and a very distinct inverted “Y” in their heads, they are so named because of their tendency to move in masses rapidly across areas feeding on more than 80 different crop species.

Richwood Council discusses permits for vendors, reads two resolutions to be approved this month
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
The Village of Richwood Council advised Kelly Jerew, who runs the Richwood Farmers Market, to notify the police of solicitors who do not pay the participation fees but set up during the Thursday farmers market at its meeting on Monday.

Committee applies for grant to fund third phase of opera house restoration project
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
The Richwood Revitalization Committee has begun the application process for T-Mobile’s Hometown Grant Program.
The T-Mobile Hometown Grant Program will provide funds for projects “to build, rebuild or refresh community spaces that help foster local connections.”
Through the program, T-Mobile is committing $25 million to small town grants over the next five years.
























 

 

 

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