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Historic Hat Day

Historic hat day

Red Hat Society members (from left) Ruby Trautwein, Donna Young and Jacie Lehman chat with Monette Hull and Catherine Hull amidst a historic hat exhibit Saturday at the Wyandot County Museum.

Safety Carnival

Upper Sandusky Police Officer Drew Ruse (left) talks with youth at a safety carnival Saturday in the Wal-Mart parking lot. Area organizations and agencies provided information and prizes for the annual event, with proceeds going to Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Senior picnic

Westbrook Assisted Living and Memory Care residents (from left) Grace Karbula and Dorothy Wilburn go fishing with assistance from activities director Brittany Roberts during a senior citizens picnic Friday at Harrison Smith Park.

Historical day

Historic day

The Indian Mill Museum stands above the Sandusky River in rural Upper Sandusky. It is pictured during its 1968 dedication as the nation’s first museum of milling.

Marriage in county: Process the same for all consenting couples

Exchanging vows

After the Supreme Court’s historic ruling June 26, gay and lesbian couples were guaranteed the right to wed in states across the nation, and several Wyandot County couples have taken advantage of the new opportunity, according to local sources. Like Wyandot County Probate Court Judge and Clerk Kate Aubry, Upper Sandusky Mayor Scott Washburn considers officiating at marriages of all consenting adult couples as part of his duty after taking an oath of office to uphold all local, state and national laws.

Residents bring flooding concerns to Upper’s service committee meeting

Millions of gallons of water

Three residents of Shields Drive visited Upper Sandusky’s service committee meeting Monday evening to express concerns over severe flooding issues in their subdivision, and Wyandot County Commissioner Bill Clinger shared an update on a project that will attempt to alleviate that problem for area residents, a business and at least one farmer. Tanya Grandillo, Anna Patchett and Rhonda Morrison said they experienced some flooding last year, but Grandillo described this year’s problem as “horrendous.”

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