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The Passing of Marjorie Wallace

An individual, whose life as much as any other in Richland County, influenced and championed education, has died at the age of 96. Marjorie Wallace died Tuesday at Schmitt Woodland Hills in Richland Center. Funeral arrangements are pending with the Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service in Richland Center.

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WRCO Radio is proud to promote "Think Local." Each week we will feature another local business that helps improve the community in which we live. This week's featured local business is X-Press Printing.

Wednesday Game Day: January 17th

This week Phil and Ron played a game of Boom Blast Stix for Wednesday Game Day. It is our pleasure to share the video of this week's game day with our online audience.

 

January 16th Richland County Board Meeting

The Richland County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday morning and heard a presentation from Patrick Glynn, Senior Consultant from Carlson Dettmann Consulting to adopt a pay plan for county employees.

January Aquatic Center Update

The pool ad hoc committee has announced two more generous donations to the Richland Center Aquatic Center Project. Jones Chevrolet Buick and the Ryan and Bonnie Jones families have stepped forward with a $75,000 pledge to the Richland Center aquatic center fund.

 

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WRCO Radio is proud to promote "Think Local." Each week we will feature another local business that helps improve the community in which we live. This week's featured local business is Schmitt Woodland Hills.

Wednesday Game Day: January 10th

Phil and Ron had to practice their balancing skills once more when they met for this week's Wednesday Game Day. The name of this week's game was Tip It!

 

Richland Center Aquatic Center Update

Local support for the new aquatic center for Richland Center continues to grow. The pool ad hoc committee has announced that Larry and Shelley Ferguson of Richland Center have stepped forward in support of the current fundraising campaign. Larry and Shelley's gift of $10,000 will be recognized with naming rights to the concession stand at the new facility. The Ferguson's gift also boosts the efforts to build the $500,000 local fundraising challenge match provided by the one million dollar pledge for the project from the Joan Woodman Orton McCollum Foundation. The goal of the pool ad hoc committee is to secure two million dollars in gifts and pledges by August of this year. Businesses, industries, organizations, families and individuals who would like to make a gift or learn more about the opportunity to make a pledge over time, can learn more by contacting Pat Elliott, Dale Bender or Mick Cosgrove or any member of the pool ad hoc committee.

CounterAct 2018

Beginning Monday, January 15, police officers from the Richland Center Police Department, in cooperation with the Richland School District and St. Mary’s School, will be in 5th grade classrooms teaching CounterAct.

Weston Schools - 2 Hour Delay