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Mohawk BOE OKs projects

SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Local School Board of Education accepted multiple bids on improvement projects totaling around $343,000 at a special meeting Monday in the Mohawk Community Investors building. The…

Woman identified in suicide

The Upper Sandusky Police Department has released the name of a woman who died in an apparent suicide at Old Mission Cemetery on June 25. Janice J. Johnston, 30, of…

Wyanstock music, arts festival showcases talent from Wyandot Co.

Wyanstock music, arts festival showcases talent from Wyandot Co.

The first Wyanstock was held Saturday at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. The music festival, which organizers plan to make an annual event, was sponsored by the Wyandot County Young Professionals.…

Fourth fireworks

Fourth fireworks

Upper Sandusky celebrated Independence Day with its annual fireworks display Thursday night. The approximately 30-minute presentation was set off at Upper Sandusky High School.…

Drive-thru barbecue

Drive-thru barbecue

The Upper Sandusky Fire Department held its annual drive-thru chicken barbecue Friday. Packing meals in one line were (from left) Lt. Keith Johnson, Brad Bardon, Mark Sigler, Mike Young, Aaron…

July Fourth fun

July Fourth fun

Laughter and camaraderie filled the Wyandot County Senior Center on Thursday when approximately 20 people gathered to decorate Independence Day-themed cookies with helpers from Wyandot County Home Health. Pictured are…

Commissioners approve second ‘latch on’ event

Wyandot County Women, Infants and Children received permission from the Wyandot County Board of Commissioners on Thursday to hold a second “Latch on the Lawn” at the Wyandot County Courthouse…

Mohawk BOE to meet Mon.

SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Local Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Mohawk Community Investors building. The purpose of the meeting is…

Mohawk Local School retirees look back on years in the classroom

Mohawk Local School retirees look back on years in the classroom

SYCAMORE — Mohawk Local School district recently honored five teachers at a retirement banquet, with all five logging at least 30 years in their trade. LuAnn Brodman, Sharon Chamberlain, Harry…

Peafowl crossing

Peafowl crossing

A peahen and two peacocks cross CH 71 near Harpster to feed in a nearby field. The peacocks walked across the road in the Killdeer Plains Wilderness Area on Wednesday…