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Vandalism leads to indictments
By Mac Cordell and Sherryl Sheets
The Union County Grand Jury has indicted a Marion man in connection with a series of January car break-ins.
The grand jury has indicted Shawn Allen Stansberry, of Marion, charging him with seven counts each of breaking and entering and theft and one count each of theft of drugs, receiving stolen property and petty theft.


Students receive scholarships, awards virtually
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The Annual North Union Scholarship and Awards was unable to be a public event due to the Coronavirus pandemic. So high school staff got creative and showed a virtual awards event over several evenings online.


North Union honors the Class of 2020
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
North Union High School graduation is set for Friday, May 29, at 7 p.m. The gymnasium will be empty because of the Coronavirus guidelines set by Governor Mike DeWine.
Because of the “social distancing” guidelines, the high school administration and staff videotaped a graduation ceremony by individually taping each student receiving their diplomas walking across the stage.  The video will be aired on social media Friday for viewers to observe.


Council discusses new streets in Dudley Circle
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
Council met Monday evening for their regular meeting with council member Lauri Eliot Shea and Village Administrator Monte Asher absent from the meeting.
Councilman Reddy Brown asked Mayor Scott Jerew where the village stood on the type of street that would be constructed in the Dudley Circle project.

















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