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Injury accident

Injury accident

A rural Sycamore man and a young boy were injured in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of CH 47 and CH 91 in Richland Township. Mark S.…

Fire destroys Forest barn

FOREST — The Jackson-Forest, Wharton-Richland and Marseilles fire departments responded to a barn fire at 14878 Ohio 37, Forest, early this morning, according to a report by the Wyandot County…

Mohawk students organize trip by congressman to share views

Mohawk students organize trip by congressman to share views

SYCAMORE — Mohawk juniors and seniors had an opportunity to meet Congressman Jim Jordan on Tuesday during a visit that was organized by four students, including two who plan to…

BCI agents share info on growing meth use

BCI agents share info on growing meth use

Two special agents from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation shared information on methamphetamine use with area first responders, court personnel, public officials, school personnel, health professionals…

Upper BOE sets make-up day after state passes law

The Upper Sandusky Exempted Village Schools Board of Education passed two resolutions at Monday night’s meeting relating to make-up days. The board gave approval to using “blizzard bag days” as…

Frederick announces city retirement

Frederick announces city retirement

After 14 years as city auditor in Upper Sandusky, Carolyn Frederick has announced her retirement, effective May 31, and council met the nominee who Mayor Scott Washburn plans to appoint…

City service learns of roof aging signs

A representative of Niederkohr Construction LLC on Monday presented information about improvements to the Upper Sandusky Municipal Building roof during a regular meeting of the city’s service committee. Terry Niederkohr…

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…