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Richwood woman indicted on multiple charges
By Mac Cordell, Marysville J-T reporter
A Richwood woman has been indicted after allegedly breaking into a home, stealing two cars and crashing one of them into Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus.
The Union County Grand Jury has indicted Kasey L. Matheny, 37, of 17077 Route 739, Richwood. Matheny is charged with one count each of burglary, grand theft of a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property.

Council passes ag zoning regulations
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
The Village of Richwood Council voted unanimously, with Council member Reddy Brown absent, to adopt the agricultural use regulations to  the zoning ordinance on Monday.
The legislation prohibits all large animals within the village. Chickens and rabbits are permitted on properties at least one-third an acre with conditions on accessory structures and enclosures.
All properties with existing animals will be grandfathered in “as long as they don’t take a break for two years or more,” said Mayor Scott Jerew.

State Rep. Tracy Richardson fends off challenger in recent GOP primary
By Mac Cordell, Marysville J-T reporter
State Rep. Tracy Richardson will face Barbara Luke in November to represent Ohio’s 86th House District.
On Aug. 2, Richardson, the incumbent, defeated challenger Michael R. Bohland in the Republican primary election. According to unofficial results from the Ohio Secretary of State’s office, Richardson earned 3,872 votes with Bohland receiving 1,039 votes.

Niko Moon will bring feel good brand of music to Balloon Fest
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
Niko Moon guarantees a “Good Time” at the All Ohio Balloon Festival on Friday.
“The mentality of the music is what makes it Niko Moon music. First and foremost, it’s got to be positive,” Moon said. “I like to make people feel good.”
Moon’s debut album, “Good Time,” was released in August 2021, with 14 songs, including radio hits like “Paradise To Me” and the title track.

Interim Health donates to VFW Post 870, supports Veterans Day at Richwood Independent Fair
Editor’s note: The following content was supplied by Gail DeGood-Guy.
Veterans will have their special day at this year’s 130th Richwood Independent Fair with a donation from Interim HealthCare. The company decided to focus a portion of its 2022 Charitable Giving monies on veterans. The Ohio Region designated $19,800 to Veteran Recognition Events throughout Ohio.  Each area partnered with a Senior Center/Veterans Group to host and assist with an event in 2022. Looking back to January of 2020, Interim HealthCare has cared for 28 veterans in Union County, many of whom reside in the Richwood area. They’ve also provided 1,420 nursing, 214 physical therapy and 67 occupational therapy visits along with 18,090 home health aide hours to Union County veterans.

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