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Carey council examines new surveillance system idea

CAREY — Carey Council displayed interest at Monday’s meeting in a surveillance system that would monitor four main access and exit points of the village. Councilman Chad Kin said a…

R’dale BOE to rely on spring break for snow days

MOUNT BLANCHARD — If all goes according to plan, Riverdale Schools still may have a spring break, albeit a short one. Superintendent Eric Hoffman informed the board at its planning…

Six injured in multi-car US 23 crash

MARION — Three Carey residents, two Marion teens and an elderly Marion women were seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident Monday morning at the intersection of U.S. 23 and Linn-Hipsher…

50th anniversary

50th anniversary

Wynford students and alumni came together to put on the Royal Follies 50th anniversary variety show Sunday afternoon. Arvine Kindinger, Sally Downard and Ruth Dunlap started the show in 1963,…

Residents urged to fix water leaks this week

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio are promoting “Fix a Leak Week,” which began today and runs through Sunday. The week is…

Fire departments respond to minor chimney fire Sunday

The Pitt Township and Marseilles fire departments responded to a chimney fire at 13612 Ohio 231 in Pitt Township on Sunday night, according to a report by the Wyandot County…

Red Cross recognizes ‘everyday heroes’ during March

Red Cross recognizes ‘everyday heroes’ during March

The American Red Cross of Wyandot County is recognizing Red Cross Month in March by celebrating “everyday heroes” who reach out to help their neighbors when they are in need.…

Man sentenced for rape of young girl

Man sentenced for rape of young girl

A 58-year-old Kirby man was sentenced to indefinite prison terms of 10 years to life for three counts of rape in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday. Oral R.…

Leading economic forecaster visits local business, community leaders

Leading economic forecaster visits local business, community leaders

Commercial Savings Bank of Upper Sandusky sponsored a luncheon at the Upper Sandusky Elks Lodge on Wednesday that featured a nationally acclaimed economic forecaster as the keynote speaker. Dr. Ken…

Officials from Harpster look for generator

HARPSTER — Officials from the village of Harpster and Pitt Township continue to search for a generator for use in emergency situations at the Harpster Community Center, township trustee Craig…