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Harpster seeks additional tax levy

HARPSTER — The village of Harpster is seeking passage of an additional levy for general operating expenses on the Nov. 5 ballot. If passed, the 2-mill levy would run for…

Upper Sandusky SD seeks to renew levy

The Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District is seeking renewal of a 1.25 percent income tax on the Nov. 5 ballot. Superintendent Mike Eaglowski said about $2.6 million is raised…

Six candidates vie for 2 seats on Pitt Township trustee board

HARPSTER — Of 41 candidates in all 13 townships in Wyandot County, the race with the most candidates is in Pitt Township, with six candidates running for two seats on…

2 incumbents, 2 new candidates run for Antrim Township board

NEVADA — Four candidates will vie for two open seats for the Antrim Township Board of Trustees on the Nov. 5 ballot. They include incumbents Roger A. Jury and Michael…

Lincoln Highway group visits Upper Sandusky

Lincoln Highway group visits Upper Sandusky

The Wyandot County Visitors Bureau recently welcomed members of the Ohio Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor for a tour of several county sites. Pictured are (from left) Wyandot County Historical Society…

Wyandot Co. Sheriff’s Office responds to calls for service

A resident of the 17000 block of TH 44, Wharton, reported the evening of Oct. 13 hunters were trespassing on his property. Deputies patrolled the area, but were unable to…

Thiel’s Wheels donates to WMH oncology patients

Thiel’s Wheels donates to WMH oncology patients

Thiel’s Wheels marketing manager Breann Fredritz (from left) and owner Marc Ingwersen present a check for $1,847.12 to Wyandot Memorial Hospital oncology director Valerie Peiffer and patient navigator Debbie Dilley…

Harpster UMC group donates to farmers as part of outreach

Harpster UMC group donates to farmers as part of outreach

HARPSTER — With the harvest season upon the area, Harpster United Methodist Church outreach chairwoman Lisa Hawk wanted farmers to know they are appreciated and supported in the prayers of…

Flag football debut

Flag football debut

The Angeline Indians recently made history by playing their first flag football game. Though the Indians were defeated by Madison County, 30-27, “it was a great time and a fabulous…

MAL freshman champs

MAL freshman champs

The Mohawk freshman volleyball team recently completed the 2013 season by winning the Midland Athletic League tournament with a semifinal victory against Tiffin Calvert, 25-7, 25-14, and a finals victory…