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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…

Kentucky man arrested in Carey on warrants issued in home state

CAREY — A Kentucky man was arrested Thursday afternoon in the village of Carey for warrants issued for multiple charges in his home state. George T. Green, of Oil Springs,…

Coach’s passion for basketball interrupted by cancer

Coach’s passion for basketball interrupted by cancer

BUCYRUS — After screaming out plays all throughout a home game against Riverdale in January, Wynford coach Steve Mohr slouched back in his chair and talked to reporters with a…

Zero traffic related deaths in the county

The Wyandot County Safe Communities Coalition and the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office on Friday announced there were no traffic-related deaths in the county between Jan. 1 and March 31. As…

Commissioners request changes in architect services contract

The Wyandot County commissioners have amended a proposed contract with Schooley Caldwell Associates for criteria architect services and sent it to the company for approval. Wyandot County Engineer Michael Kohl…

CSP approved for state tax credit

CSP approved for state tax credit

COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich on Monday announced the approval of assistance for 15 projects set to create 664 jobs and retain 2,012 jobs statewide, including a project at Continental…

Clark pleads guilty to murder

Clark pleads guilty to murder

A Tiffin man waived his right to a trial and pleaded guilty on two counts of aggravated murder in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Monday. Richard L. Clark Jr.,…

Fair sheep pen project is two years in set-up

Fair sheep pen project is two years in set-up

The Wyandot County Junior Fair Board is raising funds to purchase new metal sheep pens for the Junior Fair sheep barn at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. Coordinators Danial Maltsbarger, a…

USHS grad named ’14 Female Hooper of the Year

USHS grad named ’14 Female Hooper of the Year

An Upper Sandusky native who lives in Marion will appear on the Queen Latifa Show in mid-April to showcase a unique talent — the sport of hoola hooping. Rachael Lust,…