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Family, friends rally around girl with rare Moyamoya syndrome

Family, friends rally around girl with rare Moyamoya syndrome

McCUTCHENVILLE — Community members are rallying around a McCutchenville girl who underwent surgery for a rare brain syndrome in June. Seven-year-old Julia Kingseed, a daughter of Jeni and Kevin Kingseed,…

Museum holds annual open house

Museum holds annual open house

They Wyandot County Museum held its annual ice cream social and open house Saturday. Organizers estimated 500 people visited the museum during the event despite thunderstorms passing through the area.…

3rd Upper Sandusky Firemen’s Festival scheduled for July 26-27

3rd Upper Sandusky Firemen’s Festival scheduled for July 26-27

The Upper Sandusky Firemen’s Festival is expanding to two days with a variety of new and returning events in its third year. The festival is scheduled for July 26-27 in…

Firemen’s Festival poker run to help woman diagnosed with rare cancer

It was only this past February when doctors discovered rural Sycamore resident Lacie Higgins had a rare form of cancer called synovial cell sarcoma. Higgins, 25, began chemotherapy the following…

Caretakers of John Green Cemetery host 50th reading and rededication

Caretakers of John Green Cemetery host 50th reading and rededication

MORRAL — More than 50 people gathered at the Morral Firehouse at noon Thursday for the 50th reading and rededication of John Green Cemetery, a private cemetery located on CH…

Commissioners amendment to quicken elevator response at JFS

An amendment to a contract between KONE Corporation and the Wyandot County Department of Job and Family Services that was approved Wednesday by the Wyandot County Board of Commissioners will…

Barking dogs, curfew top Kirby Village Council agenda

KIRBY — Kirby officials discussed several complaints they have received regarding dogs and juveniles during a regular village council meeting Tuesday night. Councilman George Human said he received a complaint…

Swimming lessons offered in Upper

Swimming lessons offered in Upper

Hundreds of local children are learning to swim this summer during lessons offered by the city of Upper Sandusky. Previously offered by the American Red Cross, this is the first…

Upper Sandusky man sent back to jail for repeat offense

Upper Sandusky man sent back to jail for repeat offense

The judicial release of an Upper Sandusky man was revoked Monday after he pleaded guilty to one count of domestic violence, a third-degree felony, in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court.…

Upper company cited for health, safety violations

An Upper Sandusky electronics recycling facility has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration for 11 health and safety violations, including exposing its workers…