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Veterans honored in museum picnic

Veterans honored in museum picnic

Twelve World War II veterans were among approximately 150 visitors at the Wyandot County Museum on Saturday as current and former military personnel were recognized for serving in the U.S.…

Star Players honor Reno with tribute

Star Players honor Reno with tribute

The Star Players began its 2014-15 season Friday with the opening night of “Fiddler on the Roof” in front of a sell-out crowd, but before the show could begin, a…

Games and a picnic

Games and a picnic

Area senior citizens gathered Friday for the annual picnic at Harrison Smith Park sponsored by the Wyandot County Council on Aging. The event included games, a picnic lunch, ice cream…

Eagle scout project

Eagle scout project

Matt McLane, a student at Union Middle School and member of Upper Sandusky Boy Scout Troop No. 125, recently completed his eagle scout service project at Wyandot County Skilled Nursing…

Officials take conservation tour

Officials take conservation tour

Wyandot Soil and Water Conservation District chauffeured a small group around the county to view several ditches as drainage was the muse during its annual conservation tour Thursday. Congressman Bob…

Local goods sell at farmers markets

Local goods sell at farmers markets

A variety of locally-made goods continues to be available at the Wyandot County Farmers Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky. With a chill in…

Health board OKs dual leadership role to lead Wyandot County Home Health

Health board OKs dual leadership role to lead Wyandot County Home Health

The Wyandot County Board of Health voted Wednesday to formally establish a dual leadership role at the county’s Home Health Agency with a business director and clinical director. Former Wyandot…

Slimetime!

Slimetime!

Getting covered in slime are (from left, sitting) Elyse Rall, Halie Noakes, Caiden Schutz and Abby Mellott. The Forest-Jackson Public Library held its annual Slimetime book trivia contest as part…

Courthouse tours

Courthouse tours

The Tradesmen Group Inc. contracting director Rick Freitag (from left), Schooley Caldwell Associates architect Robert Smith and Quinn Evans Architects associate Richard Hess examine the courthouse dome Monday. The Tradesman…

Bike ride draws 100-plus

Bike ride draws 100-plus

More than 100 cyclists participated in the 21st annual Upper Sandusky bike ride Saturday. Formerly part of the Family Fest activities, it originally was started by Reuben and Rosa Rall,…