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USHS grad named new curator at historic Overland Inn

USHS grad named new curator at historic Overland Inn

An Upper Sandusky High School graduate is getting situated in her new role as the part-time curator at the Wyandot County Historical Society’s Overland Inn in McCutchenville, but she is…

Daughter remembers late father with charity ride to fight cancer

Daughter remembers late father with charity ride to fight cancer

Kirby native Lydia Frey kept her father’s picture close to her as she rode 50 miles in a bicycle race to benefit cancer research last summer. It was a topic…

Seven educators retire from Mohawk Local School District

Seven educators retire from Mohawk Local School District

SYCAMORE — Seven educators at Mohawk School have retired from the district, most of whom have been familiar faces in the hallways for more than 20 years. Annette Covert, Marianna…

Doggone good time planned for Pawzfest

Doggone good time planned for Pawzfest

The Wyandot County Humane Society is gearing up for its 11th annual Pawzfest dog walk and fun day. The festivities are set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at…

Upper man waives indictment for felony domestic violence

Upper man waives indictment for felony domestic violence

An Upper Sandusky man accused of felony domestic violence waived indictment to proceed on a bill of information in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Thursday. Chad A. Thomas, 44,…

County to seek levy to pay for courthouse rehab

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners is in the process of finalizing a bond issuance for the purpose of paying part of the cost of improvements to the Wyandot County…

Nevada man hospitalized after single-vehicle crash

Nevada man hospitalized after single-vehicle crash

A Nevada man was transported by a mobile intensive care unit to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Thursday after an accident on Ohio 199 north of CH…

St. Peter’s lunch coordinator retires

St. Peter’s lunch coordinator retires

Gerry Miller spent more than 33 years at St. Peter’s School. Starting as a volunteer before she was hired as a secretary and federal lunch program coordinator, Miller retired at…

Summer fest set at St. Peter’s School

St. Peter’s School will host its annual summer festival from 2-11 p.m. Saturday. The festivities will include food, games, rides, prizes and entertainment for people of all ages. The event…

Yeater named new Upper fire chief

Yeater named new Upper fire chief

Upper Sandusky has a new fire chief. The city’s safety committee unanimously voted to appoint Lynn Yeater to the post Monday night, when Yeater was sworn in as the city’s…