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R’dale BOE OKs its agenda items

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Local School District Board of Education received monthly reports and approved action items at its regular meeting Monday evening. In his technology report, John DeMotte…

Kansas man flips truck in local crash

A Kansas man was hospitalized after a one-vehicle accident early Monday morning in Crawford Township, according to a Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office report released this morning. William J. Gnepper, 52,…

WMH hosts life-saving ‘party’

WMH hosts life-saving ‘party’

Twenty Wyandot County women enjoyed a party with a potentially life-saving theme Tuesday evening. Wyandot Memorial Hospital hosted its second annual “mammogram party” for women ages 40 and older. The…

County, state officials release tips for flood safety week

County, state officials release tips for flood safety week

With spring rains coming down in Wyandot County and in observance of National Flood Safety Awareness Week, which began Monday and goes through Friday, local entities are reminding residents of…

Upper library to seek renewal levy in November

The Upper Sandusky Community Library will ask voters to pass a renewal levy in November. The library’s board of trustees on Tuesday afternoon passed a motion to move forward with…

Upper teen was a passenger in car that crashed into house in Kenton

KENTON — Two people were hospitalized after a vehicle overturned and struck the side of a house at 535 E. Columbus St., Kenton, on Monday afternoon. According to a report…

Upper City Council to go after electric savings for city residents

Upper Sandusky City Council will move forward with plans to attempt to save residents and some small businesses as much as 20 percent on their electricity bills. City council on…

Carey considers park improvements

CAREY — The Carey park board committee recently proposed a series of maintenance projects and purchases in need of consideration at two parks in the village, all of which were…

Upper schools supt. expects response to public backlash over governor’s proposal

Upper Sandusky Exempted Village Schools Superintendent Mike Eaglowski said at Monday night’s school board meeting he had no updates on the governor’s budget, but he expects some changes because of…

Wharton Council approves purchase of copier machine

WHARTON — After discussing its options since September, Wharton Council unanimously voted Monday evening to purchase the copier it currently leases after the company that originally supplied the copier agreed…