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Taste, Toast and Tunes to benefit beauty, barber shops at Fairhaven

Taste, Toast and Tunes to benefit beauty, barber shops at Fairhaven

On Saturday evening, Fairhaven Community will raise funds for the beauty and barber shops at the facility during the fifth annual Taste, Toast and Tunes. Fairhaven started the event five…

Sycamore council hears of fire truck lettering donation

SYCAMORE — A Sycamore couple has donated funds for lettering on the fire truck recently purchased for Sycamore Fire and Rescue, the chief announced during a regular meeting of council…

Marseilles Council OKs agenda items

MARSEILLES — Marseilles Village Council met in regular session Tuesday with Mayor Rick Arnold, clerk-treasurer Barbara Arnold and council members Henry Hensel, John Kennedy, Charlotte Leeth, Uhl Hensel, Kenneth Arnold…

EKG machines shipped to Crawford Co. in alleged scam

WYANDOT — The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an alleged scam involving an order of $240,000 worth of medical supplies that was delivered to an address in the village…

County sees large increase in organ donor registration rates, wins award

County sees large increase in organ donor registration rates, wins award

Upper Sandusky Deputy Registrar 8812 was awarded Lifeline of Ohio’s “most improved in District 4” Front Line award on Monday in recognition of improving the organ donor registration rate by…

City safety committee recommends the purchase of 2013 firefighting truck

After nearly 20 years without the purchase of a new or used fire truck, the Upper Sandusky safety committee on Monday recommended the city purchase a 2013 Pierce Velocity chassis…

USPD could issue parking tickets in city again this month

The Upper Sandusky Police Department could begin issuing parking tickets again as soon as the evening of April 21, if emergency ordinances are approved by city council during its regular…

Councilman resigns to accept new JFS job

Councilman resigns to accept new JFS job

An Upper Sandusky councilman on Monday submitted his resignation, effective today, due to a new job opportunity that does not allow him to hold public office. Kyle McColly, who has…

Carey looks into finance of electric upgrade

CAREY — Legislation will be brought forth to Carey Council at the next meeting to allow village administrator Roy Johnson to apply for financing of an electrical system upgrade project…

Students REACH their potential with free courses

Students REACH their potential with free courses

Hundreds of area children put their creative minds to work this weekend in free classes sponsored by the Lutheran churches in Upper Sandusky. In its second year, 275 children enrolled…