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Save-A-Lot to open in Upper

Come next month, the former Heritage IGA building no longer will lie vacant. Tom Jamieson, owner of 22 market stores, confirmed Tuesday he is opening a Save-A-Lot Grocery Store at…

Forest to celebrate annual Tree Town Festival

FOREST — A weekend of food, fun and festivities is scheduled in the village of Forest. The annual Tree Town Festival sponsored by the Forest Volunteer Fire Department and Emergency…

Forest residents to be honored during parade

Forest residents to be honored during parade

FOREST — Forest residents Burl and Jennie Hemmerly will serve as grand marshals of the Tree Town Festival parade Friday in Forest. According to a news release from the festival…

Harpster officials discuss brush disposal options

HARPSTER — With a brush pile in the village of Harpster removed, Harpster Council and the Pitt Township Board of Trustees together will purchase “no dumping” signs to place in…

Sycamore to seek renewal fire levy

SYCAMORE — Sycamore Village Council on Tuesday night adopted a resolution to place a 2-mill renewal levy for fire protection on the November ballot. In a meeting June 11, Sycamore…

High flood waters leave men trapped inside vehicle

NEVADA — Two Bucyrus men became stuck in high water on CH 56 west of Ohio 231 near the village of Nevada early Tuesday morning, according to a report released…

Lightning sparks fire in Nevada

NEVADA — Lightning during a severe thunderstorm early Tuesday morning struck a Nevada house, sparking a fire and causing minor damage to the two-story structure. Wyandot East Fire Chief Troy…

Marseilles Council discusses festival scheduled for July 20

MARSEILLES — Mayor Rick Arnold gave an update on the upcoming Marseilles Festival during a regular meeting of Marseilles Village Council on Tuesday evening, according to meeting minutes submitted by…

Health dept. offers flood cleanup tips

Due to recent heavy rains that have resulted in localized flooding, the Wyandot County Health Department has released safety tips for dealing with flood-related issues. Because flood water can be…

City park board seeks funds for bathroom rehab

City park board seeks funds for bathroom rehab

The Upper Sandusky Park Board is searching for funds to refurbish bathrooms at the Harrison Smith Park pool. During a meeting Monday evening, park board members asked Mayor Scott Washburn…