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Upper success comes from each player doing her part

Upper success comes from each player doing her part

Part of what has made the Upper Sandusky volleyball team so successful this season is players filling their roles. Only middle hitter Taylor Graboski and outside hitter Jessi Holly play…

Upper, Riverdale combine for 7 picks to All-NCOSA 1st teams

Upper, Riverdale combine for 7 picks to All-NCOSA 1st teams

The North Central Ohio Soccer Association recently named its all-league players for both girls and boys soccer. In boys soccer, Riverdale’s Chad Pever and Nick Parsell and Upper Sandusky’s Taylor…

Back in the pool

Back in the pool

Upper Sandusky High School graduate Alex Parks opened his senior swimming season with Urbana University on Oct. 26 against Defiance. Urbana won the head-to-head meet, 108-67. Parks took first in…

2013 Upper Sandusky Rams volleyball

2013 Upper Sandusky Rams volleyball

The Upper Sandusky volleyball team is headed to state after winning the regional championship. Members of this year’s state-bound Rams are (front) Taylor Graboski; (middle row, from left) Ceidyer Niederkohr,…

County courthouse bond issue passes

County courthouse bond issue passes

Voters on Tuesday passed a bond issue to pay for costs of improvements at the Wyandot County Courthouse, and the issue passed by nearly a 2-1 margin. Unofficial results from…

Two incumbents, newcomer elected to USEVSD board

Jeff Conley will be the lone new member of the Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District Board of Education. Conley, 39, received the most votes (1,848) among four candidates vying…

Renewal levies supported by voters

All renewal levies and one additional levy in a Wyandot County village passed with widespread support from voters during Tuesday’s general election, according to unofficial results from the Wyandot County,…

Voters approve renewal of Upper schools tax levy

Once again, the Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District passed its income tax by an overwhelming 60-40 margin. The 1.25 percent tax was approved by 1,784 voters and rejected by…

Candidates join entities in uncontested municipal, BOE elections around county

Many Wyandot County candidates ran unopposed for open seats on city and village councils and boards of education during Tuesday’s general election. Four candidates ran in an uncontested race for…

3 elected to Carey SD board of education

CAREY — Two newcomers and an incumbent were elected to fill four-year terms on the Carey Board of Education beginning Jan. 1. Mark Armstrong was overwhelmingly elected to serve a…