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Kieran Kay

CAREY — The Rev. Kieran M. Kay, OFM Conv., formerly of Carey, died at 6:14 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 at St. Francis Home, Tiffin, where he resided the past…

Sycamore UCC offers Needles to Noodles to benefit its food pantry

Sycamore UCC offers Needles to Noodles to benefit its food pantry

SYCAMORE — The congregation at Sycamore United Church of Christ is turning old Christmas products into recycled goods to benefit its food pantry. In its second year, the Needles to…

Westbrook residents donate to Angel Tree

Westbrook residents donate to Angel Tree

Westbrook Assisted Living and Memory Care residents (from left) Josephine Eversole, Ellen Emptage and Irene Marugg recently took up donations to purchase gifts for three children on the Wyandot County…

WCSO releases reports

Randy J. Bryant, Toledo, was arrested the afternoon of Nov. 9 in Toledo on a warrant issued out of Upper Sandusky Municipal Court on an original charge of driving under…

Mohawk goes cold in 4th quarter; Lakota rallies for victory

Mohawk goes cold in 4th quarter; Lakota rallies for victory

KANSAS — Five minutes into the game, it appeared Mohawk was going to dominate Lakota for its first victory of the season. The Raiders, though, stayed in the game and…

Fagan achieves first 300 game of bowling season

Fagan achieves first 300 game of bowling season

Jordan Fagan rolled the first perfect game of the season at Wyandot Lanes during the city tournament Saturday and the first of his lifetime. The 24-year-old Upper Sandusky native said…

Wentling leads Carey past St. Wendelin

FOSTORIA — Jared Wentling scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Carey to a 56-44 Midland Athletic League victory Thursday night at Fostoria St. Wendelin. Bryan Powers and…

Ronald Fox

CAREY — Ronald J. Fox, of Upper Sandusky, died at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013 at Wyandot Memorial Hospital, Upper Sandusky. He was 60. Born Dec. 30, 1952 in…

Daughter of Upper native takes the stage in production of holiday classic

Daughter of Upper native takes the stage in production of holiday classic

COLUMBUS — An 11-year-old with ties to Upper Sandusky is joining BalletMet’s professional dancers on stage at the historic Ohio Theatre for 16 performances of “The Nutcracker,” which began Thursday…

Commissioners begin search for criteria architect

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners will pay the attorneys at Bricker & Eckler $5,000 for counseling services along the process of selecting a criteria architect or engineer for a…