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Library hunts

Library hunts

More than 800 eggs filled by the teen advisory group with candy and prizes were found during two egg hunt sessions at the Dorcas-Carey Public Library on Wednesday. Youth participated in an egg hunt and cookie decorating and were offered the opportunity to hug the Easter Bunny and have their pictures taken. Daily Chief-Union/Jen Walter

New business offers auction services

Paul Wagner and Kristy Gottfried of Wyandot County are co-owners of WMS Marketing Services, a new Ohio auction company. WMS Marketing Services offers full-service auction, appraisal and sales services for personal property, such as equipment, antiques, classic vehicles, commercial and agricultural liquidations and any other valuable assets, according to a press release from the company.

City finds apparent fallout shelter in second sinkhole in 3 weeks

Another sinkhole!

City workers were shocked to find the remains of an apparent 1940s-style fallout shelter in the second sinkhole to hit Upper Sandusky this spring. Upper Sandusky Mayor Scott Washburn said the city is considering its options before filling the sinkhole, which was located by police around 4 a.m. Tuesday just west of the George Washington Bridge on East Wyandot Avenue.

Local firefighters complete man down, search and rescue training

Practice makes perfect

The Upper Sandusky Fire Department hosted a search and rescue, man down and ventilation training exercise at a donated property on CH 55 last Saturday morning. For the first part of four-hour training, teams of local firefighters practiced rapid intervention training using a mayday maze firefighters had set up to simulate various real-life situations a team might face, USFD Capt. Chad Ward said.

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