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Carey Council moves forward with electric system project

CAREY — Carey Council approved multiple bids on a pending electrical system upgrade project to support a business expansion in the village at Monday’s meeting. GPD Group, Akron, reviewed and…

Forest man pleads guilty in bomb case

KENTON — A Forest man could face nearly five years in prison for selling a pipe bomb and drugs to undercover officers. Eddie D. Scott Jr., 23, of 14664 CR…

Native culture

Native culture

The Mingo Confederation of North America held its annual gathering at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky over the weekend, sharing Native American culture through drumming, singing, dancing and food.…

Tea and a show

Tea and a show

Megan Pargeon demonstrates some of the women’s accessories available in downtown Upper Sandusky businesses during the annual Wyandot County Museum tea fundraiser Sunday afternoon. This year’s event included a fashion…

Richwood man hurt in rollover crash

MARSEILLES — A Richwood man was transported to Wyandot Memorial Hospital with non-incapacitating injuries after a rollover accident Friday night near the intersection of Ohio 67 and CH 77 in…

Motorcyclist injured in crash Friday

SYCAMORE — A Sycamore man was injured in a motorcycle crash Friday afternoon at the intersection of Ohio 231 and Miller Street in Sycamore. Mitch R. Adkins, 35, was traveling…

August regional planning commission mtg. canceled

The Wyandot County Regional Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday has been canceled due to a lack of business. The next scheduled meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 18…

MHS graduate to be remembered in plaque dedication ceremony Sun.

MHS graduate to be remembered in plaque dedication ceremony Sun.

SYCAMORE — A Mohawk High School graduate who died in a car accident in 2010 is being honored during a plaque dedication ceremony Sunday at the Sycamore community pool. Spencer…

Civil service commission to meet Thu.

The Upper Sandusky Civil Service Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in council chambers to discuss promotional examinations for the police department.…

WCHS takes in more than 1,000 felines in midst of ‘kitten season’

WCHS takes in more than 1,000 felines in midst of ‘kitten season’

The Wyandot County Humane Society has plenty of opportunities for area residents to adopt animals, especially cats after taking in more than 1,000 felines during the month of July. The…