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Upper Sandusky Police Chief David “Dunkin’ Donuts” Olds drained three shots in a row with five seconds on the clock to beat Wyandot County Prosecutor Doug “Hillbilly with a Law Degree” Rowland, and Upper Sandusky High School girls basketball coach “Jolly” Brent Fahle edged out Mohawk boys hoops coach Paul “Prodigal Son” Dunn in a 19-17 shootout in the DC-U Madness hoop shoot tournament Tuesday.
Olds, representing the Law Enforcement Region, and Coach’s Region winner Fahle will go head-to-head in Monday’s Final Four of The Daily Chief-Union’s bracket-style arcade basketball shooting contest and canned food drive to benefit Wyandot County food pantries.
SYCAMORE — Sycamore Village Council on Monday voted to spend $78,900 to replace outdated protective gear for firefighters.
“These are the ladies and gentlemen who go to our homes to put out fires and their gear is outdated,” Sycamore Council President Tony Flood said. “We are putting our firefighters in harms way by not having the proper gear and it’s good news that we have the money to do it.”
March Madness is in full swing and the greatest matchups in Wyandot County hoops history are set.
Not South Carolina versus Gonzaga, or North Carolina versus Oregon.
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