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Brown lays out 3-point plan aimed at cutting deficit, prescription drug costs

Brown lays out 3-point plan aimed at cutting deficit, prescription drug costs

U.S Senator Sherrod Brown held a conference call with members of the media Wednesday afternoon to outline a plan he says would reduce the federal deficit while lowering prescription drug…

Wharton files appropriations report with county auditor

WHARTON — The Wharton village clerk has submitted council’s permanent appropriations for this year to the Wyandot County Auditor’s Office after council members unanimously approved the item during its regular…

Knights of Columbus members fry up a helping of community service

Knights of Columbus members fry up a helping of community service

Unity, fraternity, patriotism and charity. Those are the four core principles under which the Knights of Columbus was founded. For K of C No. 2050, of Upper Sandusky, charity is…

Antrim Township resident reports B & E of barn

Local law enforcement officials are investigating a breaking and entering complaint on CH 56 in Antrim Township after a resident reported someone had broken into a barn. According to a…

Traffic stop yields heroin, pills

Traffic stop yields heroin, pills

LIMA — A married couple from Kenton is facing felony drug charges after Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers seized 165 individually wrapped units of heroin, 18 Oxycodone pills and 66…

ODOT engineer says alternatives an option for Carey intersections

CAREY — Residents of Carey want to see traffic lights returned to a pair of intersections in the village, but an Ohio Department of Transportation engineer has made alternate suggestions.…

AEP Energy rep. visits Upper Council

Upper Sandusky City Council is considering a move that could save residents and some small businesses 15 to 20 percent on their electricity bills. AEP Energy representative Rob Barkley spoke…

Help Me Grow director explains program goals to commissioners

The director of the county’s Help Me Grow office visited the Wyandot County Board of Commissioners on Monday to explain changes to the program and how it is run after…

Communities rally to donate for detectors

Communities rally to donate for detectors

After 18-year-old Zenan T. R. Wample died in a Feb. 5 Harpster apartment fire, his family asked the public to donate money in Wample’s memory to the Upper Sandusky and…

Upper’s favorite officer turns 5

Upper’s favorite officer turns 5

Upper Sandusky’s favorite police officer turned 5 years old Sunday. Hunter the police dog celebrated his 5th birthday with a special dog treat made and donated by Angeline School and…