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Commissioners reject demo bids

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners on Monday rejected all bids on a demolition project for which the county received a grant in the past months. The county received funds…

Sheriff: Text message scam reported involving FCNB

The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of an electronic communications scam that was reported at about 5:35 p.m. Sunday. According to a report from the sheriff’s office, some…

Upper Sandusky home destroyed by Sunday fire

­By ALISSA PAOLELLA Staff writer The Upper Sandusky Fire Department responded to a house fire early Sunday morning at 9249 CH 44, Upper Sandusky. Jared L. Mullholand, a resident of…

Weekend accidents hospitalized handful

A handful of people were hospitalized after several injury accidents over the weekend, including a Kenton woman who was flown by medical helicopter to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo,…

Pedestrian Hit by car

A pedestrian on CH 71 near Marseilles was struck by a four-wheel drive vehicle that fled the scene, but the Marseilles man declined treatment by emergency medical services personnel. According…

Guardian Industries distributing free smoke detectors

Guardian Industries distributing free smoke detectors

Tragedy has become all too familiar for the Guardian Industries family. Guardian employee James Gatchell was one of three victims who died in a Feb. 5 apartment fire in Harpster.…

Local man publishes science fiction thriller titled ‘The Prison Planet’

Local man publishes science fiction thriller titled ‘The Prison Planet’

A former Upper Sandusky councilman and businessman has released his first book, a science fiction novel that incorporates aliens, autism, conspiracy, fear, greed, history, love, politics, reincarnation, spiritualism and war.…

Balloon launch kicks off local Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign

Balloon launch kicks off local Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign

More than 100 first-graders flooded the county courthouse lawn Thursday to participate in the Wyandot County Department of Job and Family Services’ balloon launch, which is one of several events…

Sen. Burke visits Mohawk 12th-grade students

Sen. Burke visits Mohawk 12th-grade students

SYCAMORE — Ohio Sen. Dave Burke visited Mohawk School on Thursday afternoon to meet with 12th-grade government and Kenyan College political science students. Hosted by Kenyan Academic Partnership Political Science…

Law enforcement announces drug take-back event

Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up to offer prescription drug drop-off locations April 27 in an attempt to help residents dispose of their medications properly. According to a joint…