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Newly initiated

Newly initiated

Scott Emerick (left) and Debra Chestnut (right) recently were initiated into Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks No. 83 in Upper Sandusky. They are shown with exalted ruler Rhonda…

Arrowhead Day

Arrowhead Day

The Crawford Park District will welcome local artifact collectors who will display their finds Saturday at the nature center at Lowe-Volk Park, 2401 Ohio 598, Crestline. Pictured are artifacts recently…

Parks helps Urbana take 3rd in league

Parks helps Urbana take 3rd in league

Upper Sandusky High School 2010 graduate Alex Parks recently helped Urbana University take third in the Appalachian Swimming Conference Championships this past weekend at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center. Parks was…

1st place again

1st place again

The Upper Sandusky High School competition squad recently took first place in the medium varsity division at the Ashland Cheerleading Competition. “We had another good day,” coach Courtney Sebenoler said. “We…

Riverdale HS to host tournament

MOUNT BLANCHARD — A sixth grade boys basketball tournament will be held March 28-30 at Riverdale High School. The cost is $150 per team and guarantees at least three games.…

USHS student places 2nd in weight class

Upper Sandusky High School sophomore Betsy Young took second in her weight class recently in the Kenton Invitational powerlifting meet. She had the top bench press of 130 pounds, squatted…

Agricultural leaders

Agricultural leaders

The Wyandot County FFA chapters held their annual breakfast Thursday in the Master’s Building at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. Pictured are presidents (from left) Emily Daniel, Mohawk High School; Sammi…

Angeline to apply for vehicle grants

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities will apply for the 2014-15 Ohio Department of Transportation grant for a specialized vehicle again this year, Angeline Superintendent Todd Dilley announced during…

ODOT exceeds $1 million on snow removal in county

The Ohio Department of Transportation has used an additional 862 tons of salt in Wyandot County since its Feb. 6 report and has spent about $124,600 more in the county…

Marion man sentenced for heroin trafficking

Marion man sentenced for heroin trafficking

A Marion man was sentenced Wednesday to a six-year prison term for trafficking in heroin in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court. Austin J. Hogan, 19, was arrested Oct. 30 following…