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Residents pack into fairgrounds dining hall to learn QPR method

Ask a question, save a life

Eighty area residents, teachers, medical professionals, faith-based groups, first responders and law enforcement personnel learned how to give hope through positive action Tuesday evening during a suicide prevention training sponsored by Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services and the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office. Firelands representatives Karen Goshe and Julie Williams presented the question, persuade, refer training, an evidence-based approach to helping someone who is suicidal.

Cheer winners

Cheer winners

The Hardin Heat Cheer level 1 and level 2 teams combined for eight first-place finishes in five events this year. Both teams were first in the Mindy K. Justice Winter Cheer Extravaganza at Riverdale, the Battle of the Lake competition and the Children’s Cheer Classic.

Woman injured in rollover accident

JAWS of Life

HARPSTER — A Harpster woman was transported to Wyandot Memorial Hospital after a two-vehicle accident on CH 119 on Thursday morning. Sarah Hough, Harpster, was traveling southbound on CH 119 near CH 58 in a 2002 GMC Sonoma at approximately 9:30 a.m. when she lost control of the vehicle on the snow-covered road, hit a guardrail and struck the body of a Wyandot County snowplow truck driven by Aaron Derr, of Carey.

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