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Upper junior high hoops teams defeat Wynford

The Upper Sandusky eighth grade boys basketball team improved to 3-0 with a 64-46 victory against Wynford on Tuesday evening. Ry Adams scored 24 points, while Dylan Ham added 14…

Christmas program

Christmas program

St. Peter School third- and fourth-grade students put on a production of “Angels We Have Heard” on Tuesday during a dress rehearsal for the school’s Christmas program, which will be…

Sycamore officials hear update on water plant project

SYCAMORE — Sycamore Council approved a $3,721 payment from the storm sewer fund for the replacement of approximately 70 feet of storm sewer Tuesday during its regular meeting. Village administrator…

Tree and building damaged at park in Marseilles

MARSEILLES — A maintenance building and tree at the Marseilles village park were damaged in a recent storm, village officials heard during a regular meeting of council Tuesday evening. Mayor…

Tina Bower

Tina Bower

Tina S. Bower, of Fredericktown and formerly of Upper Sandusky, died Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 at her residence. She was 52. Born Feb. 7, 1961 in Upper Sandusky, she was…

Exploration

Exploration

Students in the Upper Sandusky One Head Start classroom display a ball painting they completed during a recent investigation of balls. Students dipped a variety of balls into paint and…

Ohio hunters harvest more than 75,000 dear during gun season

Wyandot Co. hunters check 690 deer COLUMBUS — Ohio hunters checked 75,408 white-tailed deer during the weeklong gun hunting season, which ran from Dec. 2 through Sunday, according to the…

Mohawk FFA members attend national convention in Kentucky

SYCAMORE — Ten Mohawk High School students recently attended the 86th annual national FFA convention and exposition in Louisville, Ky. They were Jena Baum, Caleb Bollinger, Meghan Chaffee, Paige Sigler,…

Crawford SWCD seeking ideas and input for planning purposes

BUCYRUS — The Crawford Soil and Water Conservation District is seeking public input for planning next year’s priorities and has scheduled a planning meeting for 9-10:30 a.m. Dec. 18 in…

USPD responds to calls for service

A man in the 500 block of Betty Lou Street reported the morning of Nov. 16 he found a sick raccoon is his driveway. The raccoon was captured and dispatched.…