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Upper officials to move forward with electricity savings program

After months of debate, Upper Sandusky City Council is moving forward with plans to help save residents money on their monthly electricity bills. Representatives from Powell-based Border Energy met with…

Kirby officials report on village clean-up

KIRBY — Kirby Mayor Tim Stansbery reported the village’s community clean-up was a success during a regular council meeting Tuesday night. “It looked like everything went pretty well to me,”…

Local Red Cross director heads to Oklahoma to help with storm relief

Local Red Cross director heads to Oklahoma to help with storm relief

FINDLAY — Todd James, executive director of the American Red Cross of Hancock, Seneca and Wyandot Counties, is joining the ongoing Red Cross relief effort in Oklahoma. James deployed today.…

Five retiring Riverdale School teachers recall dynamic careers

Five retiring Riverdale School teachers recall dynamic careers

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Over their careers, five retiring Riverdale elementary educators said they have seen many changes in the methods of working with students. But regardless of the methods used,…

Commissioners hear update on federal health care overhaul

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners met with county health insurance agents Monday to discuss stipulations with which employers must comply when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act goes…

Mohawk BOE accepts resignation, approves hiring staff

SYCAMORE — Just as the Mohawk Local School District Board of Education accepted the resignation of one teacher, another was granted a new contract with the school system. Spanish teacher…

Group gathers to share gardening tips

Group gathers to share gardening tips

A small group gathered to share information about gardening at the community garden at First Lutheran Church in Upper Sandusky on Saturday morning. The “Gardening 101” class was put on…

Wharton village contractor quits

WHARTON — One month after Wharton Village Council turned over responsibility for the sewer system to the village’s Board of Public Affairs, a longtime contractor resigned after months of disagreements…

Sheriff announces ‘See Something, Say Something’ campaign

Wyandot County Sheriff Mike Hetzel is reminding area residents as summer approaches to stay alert and watch for suspicious activity. With most schools now on summer break, Hetzel is urging…

Theft reported at Wyandot Co. Fairgrounds

The Wyandot County Junior Fair Coordinator reported a theft of items from the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Saturday morning. According to a report by the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, Sarah…