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Rosie Jordan doesn’t get out much, but the 85-year-old Upper Sandusky resident went on the most talked about date in Wyandot County on Friday, with a little help from four local businesses.
Jordan’s post-Valentine’s Day dinner date with Daily Chief-Union staff writer Avery T. Jennings capped off the newspaper’s first Win a Date contest.
New capabilities now are available to businesses located in the Columbus-Toledo Midway Industrial Park on the northeast side of Upper Sandusky. AT&T officially recognized the business park as being fiber ready Friday in the Upper Sandusky council chambers.
Local officials and Veterans Heritage Foundation members met Thursday to discuss the beginning of a project to restore gravestones of Wyandot County veterans to their original state.
The three Wyandot County commissioners, former commissioner Mike Wheeler, County Highway Superintendent Dave Courtad, Salem Township Trustee Ken Derr, foundation Director William Savidge, foundation Treasurer Tom Eyestone and foundation members Ben Morris and Jim Sharrett met at Inman Cemetery to discuss the best way to restore the gravesite of Reuben Inman.
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