Newspapers and television stations have already covered the story, but the scene of Saturday's wind damage is about two miles from Union City on Charlie Norris Road. A barn on the Tribble farm was brought to the ground with parts of it blowing across the road. Work crews spent some time cleaning up the road so traffic could pass. A tree had also fallen across Concord Road, but it was cleaned up before the barn debris was removed so that gave an alternate route to Union. Then on the other side of the road, the mobile home was turned upside down. We are glad no one was seriously injured, but that was a close call.
Union City Ruritan club meets on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Next meeting is this coming Monday, January 20. A potluck meal is served at 7 and meeting begins at about 7:30. Visitors are welcome to come and explore the possibility of becoming members of a rural service organization. The next Union City Ruritan pancake breakfast will be February 8, 7:30-10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.
If you wish to schedule an event at Union City Ruritan building, call Jimmy Sewell at 859-582-0989.
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