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Artists display creations in new Perfect Piece show

Artists display creations in new Perfect Piece show

Two local artists had a vision that became reality Saturday during the first Perfect Piece art show and sale Saturday at the Shawshank Redemption Museum on South Eighth Street in…

Donations to food pantry go farther

Donations to Family Freedom Center during the month of April will go especially far, as volunteers located a foundation grant online that will match funds. Family Freedom Center is a…

Worker falls 17.6 feet to concrete floor

CAREY — A worker fell nearly 18 feet from a catwalk to concrete below while installing a new grain bin at Kalmbach Feeds on Friday afternoon, but was “conscious and…

Upper Sandusky boys take 2nd at Kenton Relays

The Upper Sandusky boys track and field team placed second at the Kenton Relays on Friday. River Valley won by a landslide with 120 points and the Rams were next…

Mowhawk scores in sixth for 3-2 victory

Logan Hartsel drove in a run when he reached by error in the sixth inning and Mohawk held on for a 3-2 win against Lakota in the Midland Athletic League…

Carey girls win Doug Mowery Invite

Carey’s girls captured the championship and the boys took third Friday evening in the Doug Mowery Invitational at Van Buren. The Blue Devils girls topped Van Buren, 149.5-128.5, for first…

Wynford HS releases honor roll

Wynford High School recently released the names of students who were named to the honor roll for the third nine weeks of the 2013-14 school year. Students are listed by…

Students honored

Students honored

Upper Sandusky Middle School recently announced its students of the month for February. They are (front row, from left) Slade Bostater, Ian Cameron, Parker Frombaugh; (back row) Mary Overton, Cheyanne…

Indian Mill Drive to reopen after project completion

Indian Mill Drive to reopen after project completion

Although there were no cheers Friday as city officials and residents gathered at the construction site for the Indian Mill Drive slope stabilization project, there were balloons and some residents…

Upper Sandusky consultant shares benefits of all-natural essential oils

Upper Sandusky consultant shares benefits of all-natural essential oils

Patti Spiegel, a teacher and Upper Sandusky resident, was skeptical of the powers of essentail oils four years ago when she first tried them. Now, she dedicates heaps of spare…