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USHS secretary takes on simulated disability to help raise awareness

USHS secretary takes on simulated disability to help raise awareness

In less than 30 minutes in a wheelchair Friday, Upper Sandusky High School secretary Julia Massara saw first-hand what environmental obstacles people with disabilities may face in their everyday lives.…

Local teenager shares talent, hobby in origami class

Local teenager shares talent, hobby in origami class

Curran McKain became hooked on the art of origami at age 8. For the past three weeks, she has been sharing that passion with a small group of participants in…

Connections that last

Connections that last

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Angeline School and Industries’ mission statement is “working in partnership with Wyandot County citizens with developmental disabilities, their loved ones and our community to…

Local author’s work to be submitted to national archives in Washington D.C.

Local author’s work to be submitted to national archives in Washington D.C.

A local author and many Wyandot County veterans soon will be represented in the nation’s capital as part of the Veterans History Project, located within the National Archives and Records…

Woman arraigned for alleged arson

Woman arraigned for alleged arson

Upper Sandusky resident Christine Billeg (left) sits alongside her attorney, Dennis Pfeifer, during an arraignment hearing Thursday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court. A Wyandot County grand jury on Feb.…

Taking the stage

Taking the stage

The cast and crew of Mohawk High School’s production of “Oklahoma!” take a moment to be goofy before a recent dress rehearsal at the school. For more information about the…

Raising awareness

Raising awareness

A sign at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky recognizes March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Angeline School and Industries will kick off its DD awareness campaign Friday morning, when…

Knights of Columbus members fry up a helping of community service

Knights of Columbus members fry up a helping of community service

Unity, fraternity, patriotism and charity. Those are the four core principles under which the Knights of Columbus was founded. For K of C No. 2050, of Upper Sandusky, charity is…

Working with clay

Working with clay

Emily Alspach (front) and Kristy Ross work with clay slabs while making lidded boxes during US Community Outreach’s adult education classes Monday evening at Upper Sandusky High School. USHS art…

Upper’s favorite officer turns 5

Upper’s favorite officer turns 5

Upper Sandusky’s favorite police officer turned 5 years old Sunday. Hunter the police dog celebrated his 5th birthday with a special dog treat made and donated by Angeline School and…