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Parents bring concerns to board over class sizes at Mohawk

SYCAMORE — The fourth grade class is too big for three sections, parents expressed to the Mohawk Local School Board of Education at Monday’s meeting. It has been an issue relayed to administration since the current fourth-graders were in second grade, several parents said. They assumed the problem would be resolved, but the same concerns remain two years later. Mohawk’s …

First donation made to Riverdale Education Foundation

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Education Foundation officially is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) foundation after receiving its number from the Internal Revenue Service. According to Riverdale Superintendent Eric Hoffman, anyone can donate to the foundation and receive a tax deduction for 2014. The first funds flowing through the REF are donations for lights for the soccer field. “Those checks were …

Contractor asks for clarification on bid process

One of three companies shortlisted for the contract on the courthouse restoration project met with the commissioners Monday to express concerns over and seek clarification on the bidding process. The Tradesman Group project manager Doug Freitag and representative Melissa West said they believe provisions in the request for proposals were ambiguous and voiced skepticism regarding pricing percentages submitted by Midstate …

Investigations lead to many drug arrests

Almost 30 people have been arrested on indictments issued by a Wyandot County grand jury last week, with many cases related to drug trafficking after investigations by the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office has arrested dozens of people involved in alleged drug operations in Wyandot County, Sheriff Mike Hetzel said. He attributed a high number of cases in …

Church unveils Student Life Center

Student Life Center

A construction project to add more than 14,000 square feet to an Upper Sandusky church has been completed. Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church hosted an open house Sunday for its addition, which involved 14,648 square feet of new building, an access drive connecting the church property to East Wyandot Avenue and a new outbuilding that is housing a food pantry, …

One injured in crash Fri.

An Upper Sandusky woman was transported by Upper Sandusky Emergency Medical Services to Wyandot Memorial Hospital with possible injuries Friday morning after a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 23 north of CH 62, according to a report by the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office. Catherine E. Wample, 41, was the only reported injury in the accident that occurred at 9:08 a.m., the …

Carey BOE to meet today

CAREY — The Carey Exempted Village School Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 7 tonight. The purpose is to approve amendments to the guaranteed maximum price for the building project and the architect agreement.

Cases tried in Upper Sandusky Municipal Court

Criminal Rachael E. Larsen, Fostoria, charged by the state with petty theft, show cause hearing held, sentenced imposed. Derek J. Creviston, Upper Sandusky, charged by the police with petty theft, pre-trial held, continued to Sept. 8. Aaron S. Daniels, Fostoria, charged by the Carey police with OVI/under the influence and driving under suspension, amended plea to guilty, found guilty; and …

County properties transferred

Douglas J. Kelly and Lisa M. Bricely to Aaon L. Frey and Karen D. Frey, 7.733 acres in Jackson Township. Patricia A. Haferd to David E. Haferd, 128.777 acres in Crawford Township. David E. Haferd to David E. Haferd trustee, Patricia A. Haferd trustee and Haferd living trust, 128.777 acres in Crawford Township. Robert G. Liles and Marcel E. Liles …

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