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Rams win 3rd straight NCC game

Rams win 3rd straight NCC game

NORTH ROBINSON — Upper Sandusky goes from looking like an average basketball team to a North Central Conference contender when it lands blows from midrange. The Rams are getting healthy…

Bigger Senecas put Warriors on the board in 60-36 victory

Bigger Senecas put Warriors on the board in 60-36 victory

SYCAMORE — Height cannot be taught. Mohawk won the field goal percentage and turnover battles Friday night against Tiffin Calvert, but drastically lost the rebounding edge in a 60-36 Midland…

Royals rout Bulldogs, clinch at least a share of NCC championship

Royals rout Bulldogs, clinch at least a share of NCC championship

BUCYRUS — With some help and a dominating performance of its own, Wynford clinched at least a share of the final North Central Conference girls basketball championship Friday night. The…

Buckeye Central pulls upset of Riverdale in NCC girls hoops game

Buckeye Central pulls upset of Riverdale in NCC girls hoops game

NEW WASHINGTON — It was a tale of two halves. Buckeye Central used a big second half to overcome a 12-point halftime deficit and knock off Riverdale 50-48 in the…

Grace Lininger

Grace Lininger

Grace M. Lininger, of rural Upper Sandusky, died at 1:20 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014 at her residence. She was 87. Born Dec. 27, 1926 in Quakertown, Pa., she was…

Lester Robinson

Lester Robinson

FOSTORIA — Lester C. “Pete” Robinson, of Fostoria, died at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014 at ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital. He was 68. Born Feb. 7, 1945 in Tiffin,…

Upper HS releases honor roll list

Upper Sandusky High School recently released its honor roll list for the second quarter of the 2013-14 academic year. Principal’s list (4.0 grade point average) Freshmen: Sierra Carey, Delaney McQuown…

Local man discovers love of artwork with homemade wooden gear clocks

Local man discovers love of artwork with homemade wooden gear clocks

NEVADA — The smell of sawdust fills the air as rural Nevada resident Floyd Gaster demonstrates the meticulous use of his scroll saw. After less than a minute, Gaster pops…

Fuel leak investigation continues

McCUTCHENVILLE — Fire and environmental health officials continue to investigate the presence of gasoline vapors affecting homes and businesses in the southwest quadrant of McCutchenville, according to a press release…

Rotary welcomes speakers

Rotary welcomes speakers

The Upper Sandusky Rotary Club recently welcomed speakers to discuss the Sharing America’s Resource Abroad project. Pictured are speakers Lana Sakash (right) and George Sakash (center) and Rotarian Bill Aubry.…