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Wagner, Spitler announce engagement

Wagner, Spitler announce engagement

Diane Wagner and Alex Spitler, both of Upper Sandusky, recently announced their engagement and upcoming wedding. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Jim and Rita Wagner, of Upper Sandusky. Her…

Trillium Farms receives award for partnership

Trillium Farms receives award for partnership

CROTON — Trillium Farms has received a corporate appreciation award for its ongoing support of a local fundraiser involving the Indian Lake Watershed Project, according to a press release from…

Equine open house

Equine open house

Gina Steward (left) and her daughter, 8-year-old Tyra Stewart, visit with horses at the Wyandot County Humane Society equine rescue open house Monday. Humane Society shelter manager Ann Pfeiffer said…

Riverdale tops Ada, 2-0, again

Riverdale tops Ada, 2-0, again

MOUNT BLANCHARD — When Ada and Riverdale played last week in the regular season finale for both teams, the Bulldogs’ stout defense kept the Falcons off the board for the…

USMS football team

USMS football team

Upper Sandusky’s seventh grade football team closes its season against Wynford this evening. The Rams are (front row, from left) Ethan Lynch, Zachary Stover, Trevor Clifford, Conner Byrne, Caden Roberts,…

Safety Blotter: October 15, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department A woman in the 400 block of McConnell Street reported the morning of Oct. 4 she received a strange text message from an unknown person. An…

Bennie Zielke

Bennie Zielke

CAREY — Bennie W. Zielke, of Carey, died at 4 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013 at his residence. He was 80. Born Dec. 8, 1932 in Protection, Kan., he was…

Homecoming court

Homecoming court

Members of Carey’s homecoming court are (front row, from left) Jackie Troiano, Taylor Young, Makenzie Wentling, Hailey Hoepf, Logan Johnson; (back row) Tyler Higgins, Matthew Holsinger, Anthony Blair, Ben Kromer…

Kids visit firehouse

Kids visit firehouse

Area children learn about equipment and fire trucks at the Sycamore Volunteer Fire and Rescue station on Monday evening. Sycamore Fire Capt. Tim Riedel (left) and other firefighters provided information…

Officials hear about human trafficking

Human trafficking sometimes is referred to as modern-day slavery, yet many people across the U.S. do not know it exists. Eighteen local health officials took part in a seminar Monday…