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Proposal concerns local bank industry
By Ally Lanasa, Richwood Gazette
Richwood Banking Company president and CEO Chad Hoffman is raising concerns about a proposed plan help to help the IRS better audit taxpayers.
President Joe Biden’s administration proposal would require financial institutions to report the total amount of money flowing into and out of bank accounts of $600 or more.


COVID-19 booster shot appointments available through UC health dept.
From Richwood Gazette staff reports
The Union County Health Department is now offering COVID-19 booster shots to a certain group of eligible individuals.
In accordance with CDC guidance, only those who completed their second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least six months ago are eligible to receive a booster shot through UCHD.


City, county feel impact of vehicle shortages
By Mac Cordell, Marysville J-T reporter
Delays in auto production are creating problems not only for private consumers, but also for public customers.
Each year, Union County and local municipalities purchase dozens of vehicles. This year, delivery of those vehicles could be delayed significantly.


Help North Union celebrate homecoming this Friday
By Sherryl Sheets, Richwood Gazette
The North Union High School will be celebrating its homecoming this Friday evening before the football game against Graham High School.
There are two opportunities that the public is invited to participate in.


Activities planned in Richwood this month for Halloween fun
By Ally Lanasa,  Richwood Gazette
Businesses and nonprofits in the Village of Richwood have planned a variety of seasonal activities this month as Halloween approaches.
The Richwood-North Union Public Library is offering craft bags to teens for a virtual program on Oct. 14 in which they will carve pumpkins with provided metal hardware.


Veterans Day program announced for Nov. 7
Veterans Day in November is a reminder of all veterans who have served or are serving. The Veterans Remembrance Committee has scheduled the Veterans Day Program for Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. on the Union County Courthouse lawn at the plaza, 215 W. Fifth St. Lt. Col. James A. Curry will be the focus of the program for the Voice from the Stone. Rick Curry, a retired U.S. Army veteran, will be the guest speaker.
















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