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Callahan, Grafmiller wed

Callahan, Grafmiller wed

Kaitlin Callahan, of Miamisburg, and Andrew Grafmiller, of Upper Sandusky, exchanged wedding vows May 18, 2013 at Baum Opera House, Miamisburg. The new Mrs. Grafmiller is a daughter of Phil…

Upper Class to perform in Midwest Vocalfest

MARION — Five musical groups with no instruments will take part in the Midwest Vocalfest a capella music event from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Oct. 20 in the Morrill Hall auditorium on…

ONU to present Literature to Life performance

ADA — Ohio Northern University’s Freed Center for the Performing Arts will present a Literature to Life performance of the “The Giver” by Lois Lowery at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Newly…

Falcons top Knights to complete regular season

Falcons top Knights to complete regular season

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Going into Wednesday’s matchup against Van Buren, the Riverdale girls soccer team had lost four straight times against the Black Knights, including a heartbreaking setback in the…

USMS volleyball teams

USMS volleyball teams

Upper Sandusky’s seventh grade volleyball team will conclude its season this weekend in the North Central Conference tournament at Colonel Crawford. The Rams are (front row, from left) Lucy Smith,…

USMS cross country

USMS cross country

Upper Sandusky’s cross country team is nearing the end of its season. The Rams are (front row, from left) Angel Myers, Madelyn Shasteen, Seth Rothlisberger, Dreama Templeton, Rachael Herring; (back…

USMS cheerleaders

USMS cheerleaders

Upper Sandusky’s junior high cheerleaders will conclude their season with Tuesday’s football games. The Rams are (front row, from left) Cheyanne Kenner, Jenna Barto; Grace LeBay, Destiny Allison, Tabby Adkins;…

Forum gives Carey residents chance to help in building design

Forum gives Carey residents chance to help in building design

CAREY — The man heading the new facility project in Carey met with the public in the auditorium at Carey High School on Wednesday to gauge what the community wants…

Health district looks to voters to renew existing levy

For the past 14 years, the Wyandot County General Health District has relied on a .7-mill levy to subsidize most of the services it provides to area residents. On Nov.…

Meet-the-candidates night

Meet-the-candidates night

Wyandot County General Health District Administration Barb Mewhorter (from front), director of nursing Darlene Steward and environmental health director Jeff Ritchey (back) listen during a meet-the-candidates night at the Upper…