Carey Fest fun continued Friday.
Carey kicked off its 2017 festival on Thursday.
Greg Lonsway is the new administrator of Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation.
Wyandot County Commissioners introduced Lonsway on Thursday at the facility. He officially starts Aug. 7.
In a press release, Lonsway says he “looks forward to establishing strong relationships with residents, families, staff, volunteers, commissioners and folks living and working in and around Upper Sandusky.”
A construction crew works on the recreation area at the Wyandot County Jail this morning. The blacktop court is being replaced with cement, and new fencing will be added to improve security, Lt. Todd Frey said.
The Riverdale cheerleading teams recently all took first place at the Seneca County Fair.
In Auglaize County, the Falcons combined to win the spirit award, and the minis, midgets and small varsity teams all took first place, while the junior high team finished second.
CAREY — Carey Mayor Jennifer Rathburn remembers Carey Fest being all the rage at the end of summer growing up.
“Carey Fest is always a good time,” she said on the phone this week.
Fittingly, the 37th Carey Fest theme is “It’s a Hit!”
Audiologist Courtney Collins has joined the staff of Wyandot Memorial Hospital to evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in newborns, children and adults.
She offers comprehensive hearing evaluations and testing specific to the middle ear, cochlea and the auditory nerve and pathway.
Retired Upper Sandusky Police Department K-9 Hunter is the first recipient of Women of the Moose Chapter No 1045’s Hero of the Community Award.
Pictured with Hunter are (front row) USPD officer Andrew Silcox, who was Hunter’s handler; and (back row, from left) Women of the Moose Recorder Deb Smith, Senior Regent Sue Larick and Junior Regent Julie Bennett.
St. Mary’s in Kirby held its annual church festival Saturday and Sunday.
Model A Ford Club members toured the Shawshank Woodshop in Upper Sandusky on Sunday. They traveled in their vintage vehicles from Columbus. Daily Chief-Union/Avery T. Jennings
BUCYRUS — Student safety was on the minds of the Wynford Board of Education during its regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday.
Bomb threats have evacuated several schools in Crawford and Marion counties recently, and Wynford Superintendent Fred Fox wanted to make sure students are aware of the consequences of such threats.
The Daily Chief-Union has an immediate need for motor route drivers and foot carriers.
Delivery is Monday through Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
Recently appointed State Representative Riordan McClain (R-Upper Sandusky) held his first district office hours Tuesday at the Upper Sandusky Community Library.
McClain represents the 87th District, which comprises all of Wyandot, Crawford and Morrow counties as well as part of Marion and Seneca counties.