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Forest library offers digitized collections of area newspapers

Forest library offers digitized collections of area newspapers

History buffs, rejoice — the Forest-Jackson Public Library has simplified its collection of Forest and Mount Blanchard newspapers dating from 1877-1960. A computer station is available in the library’s history…

Wynford school announces kindergarten registration

BUCYRUS — The Wynford Local School District recently announced kindergarten registration for the 2014-15 school year. Residents of the Wynford school district with a child entering kindergarten next fall can…

Wynford rolls as Upper goes cold

Wynford rolls as Upper goes cold

BUCYRUS — For most of the first half Thursday night, it seemed Wynford’s strategy against Upper Sandusky might not pay dividends but the Royals stuck with it and took a…

Wentling’s 24 leads Carey to easy win

ATTICA — The Carey boys basketball team remained unbeaten in Midland Athletic League play on the strength of Jared Wentling’s 24 points in a 74-44 win at Seneca East. Wentling…

St. Joe streaks to fast start in win

St. Joe streaks to fast start in win

SYCAMORE — Fremont St. Joseph looked as fast as it was big Thursday in a 69-37 win at Mohawk in the Midland Athletic League. The Crimson Streaks’ big men kept…

Galion tops Upper swim teams

GALION — Galion topped the Upper Sandusky boys swimming team, 51-36, and the girls, 66-28, in a dual meet Thursday at the Galion YMCA. Drew Barth posted a victory for…

Indians pick up first victory

The Angeline basketball team picked up its first victory of the season in a combined varsity and junior varsity game, defeating Morrow County, 39-34, on Thursday night. Tyler Cooper led…

Injury accident

Injury accident

Officers responded to a report of an injury accident at Speedway west of the U.S. 23/30 junction at 8:26 a.m. Thursday. Corey A. Bowmer, 27, of Upper Sandusky, was cited…

WyCoBDD creates donor-advised growth fund for Bowen donation

WyCoBDD creates donor-advised growth fund for Bowen donation

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities approved a resolution Thursday to establish a donor-advised growth fund for a donation from the Marilyn J. Bowen Trust. Angeline School and Industries…

Former councilman accepts mayoral position in Harpster

Former councilman accepts mayoral position in Harpster

HARPSTER — The village of Harpster has a new mayor for the first time in 11 years. Former Mayor John Schaadt announced his retirement during December’s regular meeting of Harpster…