Appeal: State of Ohio vs. Benjamin Gamble, no address listed.
A driver and passenger in a head-on auto collision on Ohio 67 were transported via Life Flight to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo, and the other driver was taken to Wyandot Memorial Hospital on Thursday night, according to a report from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office.
An Upper Sandusky woman accused of assaulting city police and Wyandot County corrections officers is facing felony charges.
Morgan R. Flowers, 22, did not enter a plea during an arraignment Thursday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court.
Upper Sandusky area mail carriers won’t just be making deliveries Saturday, but they also will pick up food items for people in need.
The letter carriers ask that postal customers in the city of Upper Sandusky and some surrounding rural communities leave non-perishable food items near their mailboxes Saturday.
LOVELL — Six local artists gathered for the first Art Connections autograph session Thursday at Lovell Market.
Since the opening of the store, artwork from Art Connections in Carey has been on display for patrons to admire and the artists from the studio used an autograph meet and greet session to remind the public that the art is for sale and to show off jewelry that also was available for purchase.
Fairhaven Community partnered with Wyandot County Home Health to expand physical therapy services from the Upper Sandusky nursing facility to patients’ homes.
Under the new contract, Fairhaven therapy patients can continue their rehab at home, in most cases with the same therapists.
Multiple Wyandot County residences were without power Monday evening after a single-vehicle crash damaged a power pole and disconnected electricity.
Andrew Manzi, Upper Sandusky, was cited for operating a motor vehicle without control after losing control of his vehicle while traveling over railroad tracks on CH 49 west of North Warpole Street around 7 p.m. Monday.
ANAHEIM, California — The Carey DECA Chapter qualified six groups for competition and placed three written DECA projects in the finals at the International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California from April 26-29.
Kelsey McColly has joined the Wyandot County Chamber of Commerce staff as an administrative assistant.
A 2016 graduate of Pleasant High School, McColly is a licensed cosmetologist.
COLUMBUS — Job seekers are invited to explore career opportunities available from more than 50 government agencies, universities, construction firms and apprenticeship programs at the Ohio Business and Career Expo from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 17 at the Ohio Expo Center’s Cardinal Hall, 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus.
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Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District said goodbye to five members of its staff at the end of the school year.
On Thursday, the Upper Sandusky Community Library Board of Trustees unanimously adopted a resolution asking the Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District to place a five year, 1.4 mill renewal tax levy on the ballot on Nov. 6.
The Sycamore Parks Committee discussed upgrades to Veterans Memorial Park with some members of the Sycamore Businessmen’s Association Thursday afternoon in a meeting.
Darren Frank, representing the First National Bank of Sycamore, said she had been working with Sycamore councilwoman Darcy Zimmerman on the free swim and pizza days for the community pool.