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Mohawk FFA to host fall barbecue

SYCAMORE — Mohawk FFA members now are selling tickets for a meal Friday at Mohawk School, according to a press release from the group. Serving time will be from 4:30-6:30…

Wyandot County FSA celebrates farm safety

With the harvest season drawing near and National Farm Safety and Health Week from Sunday through Saturday, the Wyandot County Farm Service Agency is reminding all farmers to be safe.…

Rams defeat Falcons

Rams defeat Falcons

ARLINGTON — Cody Clifford and Tommy Martin each shot 45s to lead Upper Sandusky past Riverdale, 184-212, in a North Central Conference golf match Monday at Sycamore Springs Golf Course.…

Shelby blanks Upper, 5-0

Shelby shut out Upper Sandusky in three matches and took a 5-0 girls tennis victory on Monday. The Rams (3-10) came closest to winning at No. 2 singles, where the…

Freshman Pauley leads Falcons in loss

FINDLAY — Freshman Carrol Pauley had seven kills on 18 of 19 hitting, but Riverdale fell in a non-conference volleyball match, 25-8, 25-10, 25-11, at Liberty-Benton on Monday night. No…

Wright has 5 assists

Wright has 5 assists

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Jordyn Wright had a school-record five assists to lead the Riverdale girls soccer team to a 10-0 North Central Ohio Soccer Association victory against Mohawk on Monday.…

Warrior defeat Rockets by 57 strokes

Warrior defeat Rockets by 57 strokes

The Mohawk girls golf team improved to 8-2 with a 209-266 victory against Ridgedale on Monday at Lincoln Hills Golf Course. Katelynn Kinley earned medalist honors with a 47, while…

County officials to apply for funds for Sycamore infrastructure project

There is interest in bringing a manufacturing operation back to Sycamore, the prospects of which are contingent upon infrastructure improvement in the village, announced Poggemeyer Design Group Senior Vice President…

Wharton hires contractor; Former worker leaves meeting angry

WHARTON — Wharton Council hired its new contractor Monday evening at its regular board meeting. Allen Weaver, of Nevada-based ABW Excavating, fielded questions from council before the four members in…

Carey to improve village electricity lines

CAREY — Village of Carey Administrator Roy Johnson will solicit bids for a project to improve a 69,000-volt tie line and feeder lines connecting the village to AEP Ohio. Council…