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New member

Lions Club District 13B Governor Francis Hensel (left) recently welcomed John Steward (center) into the Upper Sandusky Lions Club after an initiation ceremony. Steward was sponsored by his brother, Lions…

BVHS offers scholarships to area students, BVHS associates

FINDLAY — Blanchard Valley Health System is offering educational scholarships to individuals pursuing health care careers. High school seniors entering college, current college students and BVHS associates are eligible to…

Royals get rematch with Nubians

Royals get rematch with Nubians

LEXINGTON — As difficult as facing Africentric in the regionals was last year, it might be an even more challenging task this year for the Wynford girls basketball team. The…

Pritchard starts and completes wrestling career with Rodriguez

Pritchard starts and completes wrestling career with Rodriguez

COLUMBUS — Tylor Pritchard backed against a wall in the Schottenstein Center on Saturday and slid down to his backside. The struggle to conceptualize the last match of his high…

Miller, Garvin, Brady, McLaughlin reach semis

Eric Miller, Al Garvin, Mike Brady and Don McLaughlin are into the semifinals as the Wyandot Match Game Invitational bowling tournament began this weekend at Wyandot Lanes. Miller edged Chris…

Polish treat

Polish treat

Dough-Si-Dough employees (from left) Amanda McLaughlin, April Tusing and Veronica Brodman make paczki, a Polish treat, this morning for Fat Tuesday. McLaughlin said paczki are large, round doughnuts filled to…

Construction to begin soon on Indian Mill Road slope stabilization project

After an approximately two-year road closure and months of working toward a solution, Upper Sandusky City Council on Monday passed an ordinance by emergency to hire Mark Haynes Construction to…

Upper safety committee to move on parking ordinances in coming months

The city of Upper Sandusky is moving forward with changes to its parking ordinances after a class-action lawsuit in another city led to the creation of an appeals process for…

Village of Carey sees 35% increase in electric in Feb.

CAREY — The village of Carey will spread the excess costs of an exorbitant February electric bill over a six-month period due to an agreement with American Municipal Power, village…

Upper police and fire chiefs submit 2013 stat reports

Upper police and fire chiefs submit 2013 stat reports

The Upper Sandusky safety committee received reports from the chiefs of fire and police during its regular meeting Monday afternoon. The 2013 year-end report submitted by Police Chief Dave Olds…