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Richwood Gazette office closed Monday
The Richwood Gazette office will be closed Monday due to the Labor Day Holiday. Next weeks Richwood Gazette will be printed a day later, Thursday, September 4th.

Village council passes emergency measures
By Sherryl Sheets
During the past two months, council has discussed fishing issues at Richwood Lake. At Monday night’s council meeting, guidelines were passed as an emergency to be followed by fishermen. Ordinance No. 08012014 was passed unanimously that only hook and line fishing is allowed at Richwood Lake; the use of jug fishing, trotlines and banklines are prohibited.

Richwood Fair opens today
By Sherryl Sheets
Today is the first day of The 122nd Richwood Independent Fair. So let the fun begin!

Men remembered for love of wildlife
From Richwood Gazette staff reports
Two men from the Richwood area will be posthumously honored at this year’s Farm Science Review. John Rockenbaugh was the Wildlife Specialist with the Union SWCD for many years and DeLynn Kale founded Kale Marketing, supplied equipment to the agricultural community and supported many local and state organizations.

Is your child updated on their vaccinations
From Richwood Gazette staff reports
Back-to-school season is here for some students, and that means parents are out getting supplies, new clothes and back packs. It’s also the perfect time to make sure your kids are up to date on their vaccines.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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