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Benefit to help local woman diagnosed with rare cancer

Benefit to help local woman diagnosed with rare cancer

When a rural Sycamore woman was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in February, her friends and family rallied around her. Now, Lacie Higgins is facing the struggle of…

Stephen Ministry offers one-on-one Christian counseling

Stephen Ministry offers one-on-one Christian counseling

Lutherans In Faith for Everyone is reaching out to the community through its new Stephen Ministry. Stephen ministers are members of the three Upper Sandusky Lutheran churches — St. Paul,…

Engineer’s office employee wins county weight-loss challenge

Engineer’s office employee wins county weight-loss challenge

The winner of the 2013 Wyandot County employees’ weight loss challenge was announced during the county employee health and wellness fair Thursday at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. Lloyd Lundy, a…

American Red Cross hosts open house at its new office in Upper

American Red Cross hosts open house at its new office in Upper

American Red Cross of Wyandot County opened the doors of its new office to the public during an open house Wednesday. Dozens of people took home goody bags, signed up…

Farmer’s share

Farmer’s share

Local FFA chapter members serve up pancakes, sausage and scrambled eggs during the Wyandot County farmer’s share breakfast this morning at Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church, Upper Sandusky. Other items…

Fantasy committee gives $30,000 donation

Fantasy committee gives $30,000 donation

Upper’s Winter Fantasy of Lights Committee President Pat Eyestone (front, center) presents a check for $30,000 to Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Administrator Curtis O’Neal during an open…

Learning to sew

Learning to sew

Upper Sandusky resident Rose Ann Weaver (left) learns a sewing technique with assistance from instructor Shelly Simon during an adult education class at Upper Sandusky High School on Monday evening.…

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…