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Man crashes at park after apparent medical issue

An unidentified man apparently had a medical issue when he crashed his vehicle into a tree at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky on Monday afternoon, and first responders’ efforts…

Spring clean-up dates scheduled

Spring cleanup in the city of Upper Sandusky will be held April 28 to May 2. Residential customers may set out additional items on their regularly scheduled pickup day for…

USHS sophomore garners 3rd place in Ohio AG video contest

USHS sophomore garners 3rd place in Ohio AG video contest

An Upper Sandusky High School sophomore has been named the third-place winner of the Ohio Attorney General’s Take Action video contest for a short informational video on fraud and identity…

Local couple determined to get to Ukraine to continue mission

Local couple determined to get to Ukraine to continue mission

A local couple is not letting the situation in Ukraine stop them from continuing to volunteer to assist residents in the western portion of the country. Local mental health professionals…

Improvements underway at county museum in preparation for season

Improvements underway at county museum in preparation for season

The Wyandot County Historical Society plans to focus on World War II history during its 2014 season, which kicks off April 26 with the annual benefit dinner at the county…

Angeline board approves grants to county Special Olympics, ARC

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities on Thursday approved a resolution to give two grants worth $25,000 each to Wyandot County Special Olympics and ARC, the nonprofit parent organization…

County-wide winners of poster contest announced by Wyandot County SWMD

County-wide winners of poster contest announced by Wyandot County SWMD

Almost 30 third- and fourth-grade students from Carey, Mohawk, Upper Sandusky, Our Lady of Consolation and St. Peter’s elementary schools gathered for a pizza party Wednesday for first-place and honorable…

Health dept. warns of tick season

With spring turkey season underway and mushroom season just around the corner, local sportsmen and women are being reminded to protect themselves from ticks when in the woods, according to…

Union second-graders learn lifelong lesson in ‘how to change the world’

Union second-graders learn lifelong lesson in ‘how to change the world’

An Upper Sandusky second-grade teacher is hoping a recent lesson will have a lasting impact on her students. The kids’ takeaway is simple. In their words, “anyone” can change the…

Committee to form to address traffic congestion near Upper’s Union School

At a loss for what to do about traffic congestion near Union School at pick-up and drop-off times every school day, the Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District plans to…