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Phillips leads Blue Devils

TIFFIN — The Carey golf team remained undefeated by winning a match against Tiffin Calvert at Mohawk Country Club on Monday. The Blue Devils scored a 205, while the Senecas…

Arcadia edges Riverdale

ARLINGTON — Arcadia edged Riverdale, 207-215, in a dual golf match Monday at Sycamore Springs Golf Course. The Falcons’ Luke Bowman won medalist honors by four strokes, shooting a 45,…

Ralph Fox

Ralph Fox

FREMONT — Ralph W. Fox, of Fremont, died Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013 while residing at Ohio Veterans Home, Sandusky. He was 94. Born May 12, 1919 in Carey, he was…

Philip Case

Philip Case

SYCAMORE — Philip Case, of 201 Wood’s Canyon Road, Upper Sandusky, died at 9:05 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013 at Wyandot Memorial Hospital, Upper Sandusky. He was 90. Born July…

Safety Blotter: August 13, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department A resident of the 500 block of Highland Parkway reported early Saturday morning someone had kicked in a window at her residence and damaged an air…

Coat for the runway

Coat for the runway

William Myers (left) and Tyrell Grant, of Master Seal in Wharton, help owner Gary Phelps coat the runway at the Wyandot County Airport with asphalt sealer Monday. The three sprayed…

Bids for AC units at nursing facility to be resubmitted

Bids for a project at Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center were rejected on Monday and the contract will be re-bid as early as the end of the week.…

Runaway boy turns himself in

A Crawford County juvenile may be facing unruly charges after a nearly four hour search ended when he turned himself in at the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday afternoon.…

Boy, 9, hurt in bike crash

A 9-year-old Upper Sandusky boy was transported by emergency medical services to Wyandot Memorial Hospital after being struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle in the 100 block of…

Wynford staffer takes part in 12-day student, teacher program in Canada

Wynford staffer takes part in 12-day student, teacher program in Canada

NEVADA — Wynford High School Band Director Carl Copeland recently returned from a 12-day program in western Canada as a People to People Student Ambassador Delegation teacher leader. Copeland was…