Salons, barbershops and outside dining to resume business May 15; inside dining May 21

Ohio will allow salons, barbershops and outside dining at restaurants to reopen on May 15 while inside dining at restaurants may resume on May 21. “For the last week or so, we’ve talked about how we need to do two things at once: bring back the economy and stay safe,” said Gov. Mike DeWine. “We are Ohioans. We can do […]

North Union to create virtual graduation ceremony

Senior classes of 2020 have certainly faced their fair share of qualms stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic; from prom to graduation, there is absolutely no sense of a “typical senior year.” Regrettably, they, too, must adapt and adhere to the social distancing and “stay at home” standards that have been extended through May 29th by Governor Mike DeWine. While graduation […]

Not just a pandemic of sickness; COVID 19 could spur rise in domestic violence cases, suicide attempts

Domestic violence—it can often occur after a repetitive, vicious cycle, handed down from generation to generation. It can occur in a toxic relationship, and it can transpire with use of drugs and alcohol. Suicide: a matter often too taboo to speak of clearly and concisely. Stereotypically, the gravity only addressed after one has committed the act. In today’s society, domestic […]

Union County 4-H Salutes Jessica Wolfe

Union County 4-H Salutes Jessica Wolfe, Class of 2020.  Jessica is a member of the Clever Clovers 4-H Club. Jessica focused on Market Goats during her 4-H career. She always looked forward to making blankets for Nationwide Children’s Hospital with her 4-H Club each year.  Her favorite memory was 4-H Camp.  She especially enjoyed getting to attend camp with both […]