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Upper Sandusky girls tennis awards

Upper Sandusky girls tennis awards

The Upper Sandusky girls tennis team recently handed out its end-of-the-season awards. Winners were (from left) Jamie Brown, most improved junior varsity; Taylor Dilley, second-year award, All-North Central Conference honorable…

Safety Blotter: October 29, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department Cassie J. Lehnhart, Upper Sandusky, was warned for speed early the morning of Oct. 9 in the 900 block of East Wyandot Avenue. An officer responded…

Evening ride

Evening ride

Fourteen-year-old Jeffrey Thomas Hussey (back) and his sister, 7-year-old Jacqualine Hussey (front), take a moment from their bicycle ride with their aunt, Kathy Puckett, of Upper Sandusky, to look over…

Marseilles village seeks levy renewal

MARSEILLES — The village of Marseilles is asking voters to pass a 2-mill renewal levy in the Nov. 5 election. The levy generates $1,035 per year and costs $34.94 annually…

Wharton Council hires new solicitor

WHARTON — Wharton Village Council on Monday voted by a 3-0 vote to hire solicitor Jessica Monday. Council President Jim Lease and members Missy Kauble and Bill Norris voted for…

Sycamore looks to renew fire protection

SYCAMORE — The village of Sycamore will ask voters to renew a fire protection levy on the Nov. 5 ballot. The 2-mill, five year levy is for “providing and maintaining…

Four candidates look for another term in Sycamore

SYCAMORE — Four incumbents are running for re-election on Sycamore Council in the Nov. 5 election. Running unopposed are current council President Vicki Weininger and members Ralph Decker, Dawn E.…

Voters to see a slate of uncontested races on ballot

A number of school board, council and township trustee races are uncontested on the Nov. 5 Wyandot County ballot. Kathy Koehler and Michelle Konkle are the only two candidates running…

Commissioners get update on county facility

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners on Monday met with the administrator of Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for the nursing facility’s September financial report. Administrator Curtis O’Neal…

Courthouse levy needs your vote

To the editor: Citizens of Wyandot County should take time to think about a very serious decision that they will be making as they go to the voting booths to…