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Bridge renovation

Bridge renovation

U.S. Bridge Corporation, Cambridge, has begun disassembling Indian Mill Bridge (pictured) in rural Upper Sandusky. The historic landmark is being rolled off on a liberty bridge, which was built through…

Open Door and their resources help families in need

Open Door and their resources help families in need

About four years ago, a vehicle accident north of Fostoria nearly claimed the life of Sycamore resident Douglas Bland. Like the vehicle that spun more than 360 degrees and flipped…

Lecture series begins

Lecture series begins

The Wyandot County Archaeological and Historical Society began its second annual summer lecture series Thursday evening with a speech by Jim Needs (left), a local history buff who talked about…

Wynford students lead area on Ohio Graduation Tests

Wynford students lead area on Ohio Graduation Tests

Wynford and Mohawk sophomores led area students in Ohio Graduation Test results released Tuesday by the Ohio Department of Education. Wynford High School’s 10th graders recorded the highest overall results…

EMS expands to Pitt Township in collaborative effort with fire dept.

EMS expands to Pitt Township in collaborative effort with fire dept.

HARPSTER — When Doug Reinschell became fire chief at the Pitt Township Volunteer Fire Department, he set a goal to bring emergency medical services closer to home. That goal has…

Mayor: Forest swimming pool likely will not open

Mayor: Forest swimming pool likely will not open

FOREST — There are no swimmers, waders or divers splashing and playing in the Forest swimming pool this spring. It is very doubtful the pool at Gormley Park will open…

Petting zoo

Petting zoo

Ten-year-old Ben Riddle (center) visits with a goat at the annual petting zoo offered by the Riverdale FFA in conjunction with the Forest-Jackson Public Library on Tuesday. Many area children…

Upper council OKs appointments

Upper council OKs appointments

Upper Sandusky City Council approved two appointments by Mayor Scott Washburn during a regular meeting Monday evening. After receiving unanimous approval from council, Mark Droll was sworn in as city…

Work begins atop courthouse

Work begins atop courthouse

The Wyandot County commissioners issued a request for qualifications from prospective design-build firms Monday. Design-builders that want to bid on the $2.25 million courthouse restoration project have until June 18…

Touch a truck crafts

Touch a truck crafts

A group of youngsters completes crafts during the Mohawk Community Library’s touch a truck event Saturday in Sycamore. Pictured are (from left) Reece Gottfried, 7, Kaden Bish, 5, Lance Frankart,…