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Ohio State Fair

Smith joins Hall of Fame

Nevin Smith has been a regular around the Ohio Expo Center and State Fair for more than a quarter century.
State report cards

Increased expectations produce mixed scores

The Marysville Exempted Village Schools received mixed grades on the state report card released by the Ohio Department of Education on Sept. 15, but the district's administration said it wasn't a surprise.
NC4K Yellow Out

Event has special meaning for local families

The last football game in September for Marysville High School will help bring awareness to childhood cancer in a themed night called NC4K Yellow Out: Let's cure childhood cancer.
Police beat

Marysville: Teen says threatening text message was 'joke'

The Union County prosecutor's office is investigating whether to file charges against a Marysville teenager who said a threatening message he meant to send to a classmate was a "joke."

Former wrestler's presentation strikes chord with students

Detective Don McGlenn of the Marysville Division of Police saw a YouTube video that sparked a thought that has touched the lives of hundreds of children in the Marysville area.

Marysville residents remember Sept. 11

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Covered Bridge Festival offers more than music

A 19th century covered bridge will be the center of attention and activity during the Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival, Friday, Sept. 23, through Sunday, Sept. 25.
Union County Foundation

Annual celebration event is set for Sept. 28

During the past 10 years, the Union County Foundation has distributed more than $5.5 million to charitable causes.
Police beat

Marysville: Man arrested for inhaling chemicals

Union County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a 23-year-old Delaware man for abusing harmful intoxicants at 9:08 p.m. Sept. 10.

Mourners remember Waller's dedication and his passions

The death of Union County Sheriff's Deputy Shawn Waller has shocked the area's law-enforcement and first-responder community in which Waller was so active.

Women's luncheon set for Sept. 30

The 2016 Women's Health Luncheon theme is "Organize for the Health of It!"

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