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NU students compete in VEX Worlds Championship
More than 1,100 robotics teams from 37 nations gathered at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky, for the 2016 VEX World Championship, April 22-24. Competition was held during three days of intense back-to-back matches for the chance to become World Champions. In doing so, these 16,000 students broke the previously held GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the largest robotics competition! VEX Worlds, presented by the Robotics Education and Competition (REC) Foundation and the Northrop Grumman Foundation, is the culminating event of the season and was one incredible celebration of robotics engineering, featuring the world’s largest and fastest growing international robotics programs–the VEX IQ Challenge, the VEX Robotics Competition and VEX U.  North Union represented four of the teams that competed in three different divisions at the global event.


North Union staff members share new programs with the board
By Sherryl Sheets
The North Union Board of Education toured North Union Elementary (NUE) prior to their regular board meeting Monday, May 16. The board was entertained in several areas of the tour by students and treated to refreshments following the tour.


Richwood loses long-time mayor
By Sherryl Sheets
Bill Nibert, former mayor of Richwood, passed away Saturday, May 14.


Grand jury hands down indictments
From Richwood Gazette staff reports
The Union County Grand Jury has indicted Kayla Marie Ford, 25, of 258 Race Street, Richwood and Jeffery Brandon Tipton, 26 of 264 N. Algonquin Ave., Columbus. Both are charged with one count each of burglary, theft and receiving stolen property. 


Farmers Market to open
By Sherryl Sheets
The Union County Farmers Market is preparing for its 30th season.


Kids-it’s time to go fishing!
By Sherryl Sheets
The 20th annual Bluegill Fishing Contest is set for Saturday, June 4, at Richwood Lake. Children ages preschool through 15 are invited to grab their fishing poles and their parents and head to Richwood Lake for a fun day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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