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Historic restorations underway at Upper’s Fairhaven Community

Fairhaven Community began its largest and most comprehensive renovation in its 94-year history on Monday. Project plans include upgrades to resident rooms — the center-point of a resident’s life at…

Local insurance agent advises public to plan retirement wisely

Retirement has become complex and requires years of planning and strategizing, according to a release from local insurance agent Martin Stansbery. Company-sponsored pensions nearly have become extinct, according to Stansbery.…

New craft shop opens in downtown Upper

New craft shop opens in downtown Upper

An Upper Sandusky native has joined a recent effort to bring the arts to Wyandot County with a new craft shop. Jennifer (Schmidt) Best opened JSB Crafts & Design on…

Spotlight luncheon

Spotlight luncheon

Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Rehabilitation Director Heidi Moore (right) speaks to a group of Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce members as Fairhaven Community’s Becky Blocksom (middle) and…

WCOED holds second bi-monthly meeting in Carey

CAREY — The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development recently held its second bi-monthly meeting of the year at Vaughn Industries in Carey. The organization had a second consecutive meeting…

Guardian tour

Guardian tour

Custom Glass Solutions by Guardian plant manager Jon Inglett (front) gives Wyandot County Commissioners (middle, from left) Bill Clinger, Steve Seitz and Ron Metzger and Wyandot County Economic Development Director…

Leading economic forecaster visits local business, community leaders

Leading economic forecaster visits local business, community leaders

Commercial Savings Bank of Upper Sandusky sponsored a luncheon at the Upper Sandusky Elks Lodge on Wednesday that featured a nationally acclaimed economic forecaster as the keynote speaker. Dr. Ken…

Many DECA students at USHS advance to Columbus

Many DECA students at USHS advance to Columbus

A record 18 Upper Sandusky High School students recently advanced to state competition at the DECA District 3 marketing competition at Ohio Northern University. More than 400 students from 12…

Lt. Governor’s office

Lt. Governor’s office

Business advocate Todd Colquitt (pictured) and area representative Jim Wasil from Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor’s office recently spoke of Gov. Kasich’s common sense initiative at a luncheon at Shotzy’s…

Polish treat

Polish treat

Dough-Si-Dough employees (from left) Amanda McLaughlin, April Tusing and Veronica Brodman make paczki, a Polish treat, this morning for Fat Tuesday. McLaughlin said paczki are large, round doughnuts filled to…