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SYCAMORE — Law enforcement officials responded to a report of a small garage fire in Sycamore on Tuesday evening. Two people received minor misdemeanor citations for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia upon investigation. According to a report from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy responded to 334 Kilborn St. around 5:20 p.m. after the office received a call from a “passerby” about a garage fire.
HARPSTER — Harpster Village Council now has a vacant seat after its regular meeting Tuesday evening.
Council was informed that member Tom Rose resigned from his seat effective immediately.
Mayor James Robertson said he wished Rose the best and wanted to thank him for the years of service he provided.
This year, Carey FFA hosted the degree award event on Feb. 6 with 46 FFA members from Carey, Mohawk, Riverdale, and Upper Sandusky receiving their Chapter Degree.
Of those 46, there were 24 from Upper Sandusky, seven from Riverdale, nine from Mohawk, and six from Carey.
AMES, Iowa — National Farmers Organization members voted in favor of agricultural policy positions at the organization’s 2017 Convention in Springfield, Missouri, on Jan. 26.
From funding for crop insurance and grain loan rates to organic grain import issues, dairy supply management and the renewable fuel standards, members voted in favor of the various policy positions.
The Farm Service Agency reminds producers who are interested in the 2017 Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program, of the need to apply for coverage by the following crop deadline dates.
March 15 is the deadline for 2017 NAP coverage on forage sorghum, oats, potatoes, soybeans, sunflowers and all spring-planted specialty crops grown for food.
If a landowner plans to sell farmland that's enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program, the Wyandot County Farm Service Agency office would like to remind landowners about the terms and conditions of their contracts.
Also, if the ownership changes from an individual to a trust or a limited liability company, please inform the office.
CAREY — Carey school board members toured a new athletic facility adjacent to the school following a regular meeting Monday night.
The facility includes locker rooms, ticket and concessions booths, a weight room, a fitness area and a second level with additional storage space.
An Upper Sandusky man was injured in a fight outside Rosebud Tavern early Saturday morning.
Upper Sandusky Police Chief David Olds said officers responded to a report of two individuals fighting outside the bar at about 3:10 a.m. Saturday.
Representatives of Connect Ohio, the Wyandot County Office of Economic Development, Wyandot County Chamber of Commerce, Wyandot Memorial Hospital and Sycamore Telephone Company met Monday afternoon to hear an update on the status of responses to a survey on broadband availability and use in Wyandot County.
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“These people shouldn’t be lost to history.”
A committee met at the Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Thursday afternoon to discuss the unmarked grave cemetery of the former Wyandot County Infirmary.
To say Wyandot County Emergency Medical Service Coordinator Dale Risley is excited about his new EMS/EMA facility in Upper Sandusky would be an understatement.
CAREY — Carey officials will conduct interviews for a new police captain who is likely to become the next village police chief.
Delivering the administrative update in Roy Johnson’s absence (illness), Mayor Jennifer Rathburn announced during Monday’s regular council meeting that Chief Rich Kesler has opened the captain job up to current command officers.