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Newspaper caper under investigation

A newspaper delivery man in Upper Sandusky has reported thefts of newspapers at random times and locations in the city, according to a report by the Upper Sandusky Police Department.…

City officials: The Andersons Inc. to open facility in Upper Sandusky

Upper Sandusky city officials are reporting The Andersons Inc. has plans to consolidate its Carey and Sycamore locations and move their operations to Upper Sandusky. Mayor Scott Washburn confirmed the…

Wharton Council member signs resignation letter

WHARTON — Wharton village officials have received a resignation letter from a council member who has not attended a council meeting for about a year. After a regular meeting Monday…

Carey officials receive results of electric analysis

CAREY — A representative of Courtney and Associates, Findlay, presented the results of an electric rate analysis at Monday’s Carey Council meeting and determined the village needs to make adjustments…

WIC rep. proposes ‘latch-on’ demonstration

An employee of the Wyandot County Health Department’s Women, Infants and Children program requested permission Monday from the Wyandot County Board of Commissioners to hold a public breastfeeding demonstration on…

Upper school board approves contract extension for superintendent

Superintendent Mike Eaglowski will be in charge of the Upper Sandusky Exempted Village Schools for at least two more years. The board of education voted at Monday evening’s meeting to…

Mohawk school board members OK contracts

SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Local Schools Board of Education approved a retire-rehire contract for kindergarten teacher Kathy Lundy at Monday’s meeting. Lundy was granted the one-year teaching contract after filing…

Wyandot Co. Health Dept. issues mosquito warning

Due to recent flooding, the Wyandot County Health Department is urging area residents to protect themselves from being bitten by mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are the primary carrier of West Nile Virus,…

Tree Town Fest fun continues

Tree Town Fest fun continues

Hundreds of people enjoyed food, fun, games, prizes and entertainment during the three-day Tree Town festival at Gormley Park.…

Local minister shares 1st baptism with mom

Local minister shares 1st baptism with mom

TIFFIN — Upper Sandusky native Richard Haner worked in heating, ventilation and air conditioning for 25 years, but the 46-year-old said a message from God changed that. “I was attending…