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2 million miles

2 million miles

Upper Sandusky resident and professional truck driver Mike Calmes recently was honored by Con-Way Freight for achieving a safety milestone of logging 2 million miles without an accident. Driving 2…

Chamber to host leadership series

The Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a series of eight Learning to Lead discussions for members and other local business leaders from Sept. 25 to Nov. 13.…

Pair of area professionals recognized by OSU’s AEC

Pair of area professionals recognized by OSU’s AEC

MARION — The Ohio State University Alber Enterprise Center recently recognized six Ohio business and organization leaders for their outstanding achievements and dedication to training and practices that significantly improved…

WMH employee done after 40 years

WMH employee done after 40 years

Cheryl Orians, of Upper Sandusky, retired this week from the medical records department at Wyandot Memorial Hospital, according to a release from the hospital. Most of Orians’ 30-year career was…

USHS and MTC graduate opens Cyber Grease Monkey in Upper

USHS and MTC graduate opens Cyber Grease Monkey in Upper

An Upper Sandusky native has opened a computer support and repair business uptown to accommodate just about any issues involving one’s personal computer. Owner and technician David Walter, a 2007…

Racecars at Schmidt

Racecars at Schmidt

R&L Trucking brought two racecars to Schmidt Machine Company last week as a token of appreciation for Schmidt using its services to ship its parts, according to Schmidt Administrative Services…

M-Tek gives back

M-Tek gives back

M-Tek employees Vicky Babcock (from left) and Victor Troha present Open Door Resource Center representatives Kris Joseph, Karen Wilch and Mike McKee with a check for $500. M-Tek raised the…

Chamber steak fry

Chamber steak fry

Dan Moll (left) and Bill Gillen cook steaks for themselves at the Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce steak fry last Wednesday at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. An auction held…

Kenneth Young selected as fellow of a national aging-services leadership program

MARION — LeadingAge, a national association of non-profit senior living services, has selected Kenneth Young from United Church Homes, Marion, as a member of its 2014 Leadership Academy program. Young…

Sisters start catering co. in Sycamore

Sisters start catering co. in Sycamore

SYCAMORE — Sisters Barb Shumaker and Ginn Clark recently entered the catering business and have made the “just like mom used to make” expression a reality. With Savory Sweet Catering…