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Veterans appreciated Honor Flight
By Sherryl Sheets
The Honor Flight began in 2005, when a physician from Springfield wanted to pay tribute to those veterans who served in the military, a way to thank them for their service. Honor Flight is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing veterans with honor and closure.


Board recognizes Martin’s retirement
By Sherryl Sheets
The North Union Board of Education recognized Diana Martin at Wednesday night’s meeting. Martin began at North Union in 1989 and has been principal at North Union middle and high schools.


July 4th festivities in Prospect
By Sherryl Sheets
Have you made plans for the Fourth of July? If not, then head to Prospect, Ohio and celebrate.


Council approves ordering new SUV
By Sherryl Sheets
Richwood Village Council members voted to accept a bid for a 2017 Ford Utility Police Interceptor at Monday night’s regular meeting. The SUV will be purchased with a $25,000 JAG grant through the State of Ohio. The quote of $26,758 came in from Bob Chapman Ford in Marysville. The remaining balance and extra equipment being installed will be paid for by funds from the police department budget, which will be less than $5,000.


Office closed Monday, July 4
Because of Independence Day Monday, July 4 the Richwood Gazette office will be closed and the newspaper will be published a day late. The business will resume normal office hours and printing schedule on Tuesday, July 5. Have a safe holiday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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