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Local minister shares 1st baptism with mom

Local minister shares 1st baptism with mom

TIFFIN — Upper Sandusky native Richard Haner worked in heating, ventilation and air conditioning for 25 years, but the 46-year-old said a message from God changed that. “I was attending…

Annual Tree Town Festival kicks off in Forest

Annual Tree Town Festival kicks off in Forest

Kolton Martin (back row, from left)  and Cheryl Searfoss were named 2013 Tree Town Festival king and queen Friday evening in Forest. The princess and prince are (front row, from…

High water

High water

A 1998 Honda Accord sits in high water near CH 2 east of Ohio 53 in Tymochtee Township on Thursday. According to a Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office report, Kayla A.…

Floodwaters ravage area

Floodwaters ravage area

Thunderstorms and heavy rain have blanketed the region this week, causing widespread damage, including flooding in downtown Carey on Tuesday and Upper Sandusky today. Partly sunny skies are in the…

Carey man sentenced to 17 months in stabbing case

Carey man sentenced to 17 months in stabbing case

A Carey man who pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated assault involving a July 20 stabbing has been sentenced to 17 months in prison. Rickie Reza Jr., 35, of…

Carey floods

Carey floods

The streets of downtown Carey were flooded by rain after a storm rolled through Wyandot County early Tuesday morning. Rain continued to pelt the area Tuesday evening and more rain…

City park board seeks funds for bathroom rehab

City park board seeks funds for bathroom rehab

The Upper Sandusky Park Board is searching for funds to refurbish bathrooms at the Harrison Smith Park pool. During a meeting Monday evening, park board members asked Mayor Scott Washburn…

Family, friends rally around girl with rare Moyamoya syndrome

Family, friends rally around girl with rare Moyamoya syndrome

McCUTCHENVILLE — Community members are rallying around a McCutchenville girl who underwent surgery for a rare brain syndrome in June. Seven-year-old Julia Kingseed, a daughter of Jeni and Kevin Kingseed,…

Museum holds annual open house

Museum holds annual open house

They Wyandot County Museum held its annual ice cream social and open house Saturday. Organizers estimated 500 people visited the museum during the event despite thunderstorms passing through the area.…

Former Wyandot County resident receives national attention after finding lost panda around her home

Former Wyandot County resident receives national attention after finding lost panda around  her home

A former Wyandot County resident recently received national attention after a rare find in her Washington D.C.-area neighborhood. Ashley (Wagner) Foughty discovered a red panda scurrying in the streets near…