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Annual Pawzfest held Sunday

Annual Pawzfest held Sunday

The Wyandot County Humane Society offered its annual Pawzfest event Sunday at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky. Dogs and their two-legged friends turned out in large numbers for the…

Quilts unveiled for Hospice of Wyandot Co. raffle

Quilts unveiled for Hospice of Wyandot Co. raffle

For the past 25 years, a local quilt club has supported Hospice of Wyandot County by providing the nonprofit agency with a quilt to raffle annually and raise funds that…

27 attend nature-themed day camp

27 attend nature-themed day camp

Twenty-seven children in second through sixth grades became scientists for a day Thursday during the annual day camp sponsored by the Wyandot Soil and Water Conservation District at Gottfried Nature…

Children get first-hand history lesson

Children get first-hand history lesson

Twelve youngsters have spent the past three days learning about the history of World War II during the Wyandot County Historical Society’s annual summer day camp. Area children gathered at…

Northwest Ohio Rotary clubs team up for MESA bicycle fundraiser

Northwest Ohio Rotary clubs team up for MESA bicycle fundraiser

A northwest Ohio Rotary Club project made its way into Upper Sandusky on Wednesday for a pit stop during an approximately 360-mile bicycle ride to raise funds to ship medical…

Public officials meet

Public officials meet

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners hosted another quarterly mayor’s breakfast at Dough Si Dough Shoppe in Upper Sandusky on Tuesday. Topics of discussion included the courthouse renovation, upcoming local…

Charities blessed, teacher impressed by four Mohawk High School pupils

Charities blessed, teacher impressed by four Mohawk High School pupils

SYCAMORE — Four Mohawk students applied principles learned in Economics for the 21st Century to raise funds for charity and in the process, left their teacher dumbfounded. Kevin Lonsway, Gunnar…

Groups warn about heat-related illness

Groups warn about heat-related illness

Cramps, exhaustion, stroke and even death caused by heat are dangers the public faces every summer as the temperatures rise and heat becomes extreme. The National Weather Service website says…

Hairy science

Hairy science

Madison White’s hair stands on end as Mr. Molecule uses a balloon to demonstrate static electricity during his science show at Gormley Park in Forest on Tuesday. It was part…

24 area youth certified through baby sitter training course

24 area youth certified through baby sitter training course

Twenty-four baby sitters completed the recent training course at Wyandot Memorial Hospital. Attending the seven-hour class were Addie Wood, of Bloomville; Olivia Coppler, Makayla Fischbach, Grace Fox and Xavier Temple,…