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Upper man sentenced for break-in at local tavern, other charges from Aug.

Upper man sentenced for break-in at local tavern, other charges from Aug.

A rural Upper Sandusky man was sentenced to an aggregate prison term of six years in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday for charges related to a break-in at…

Sing for Soup

Sing for Soup

Sounds of Music performs at St. Paul Lutheran Church on Sunday evening during Sing for Soup, a fundraiser for the Christian Food Pantry. Four carts of nonperishable food items were…

Sad, yet proud

Sad, yet proud

Going for block

Going for block

Suffocating block

Suffocating block

Versailles tops Upper Sandusky in 4 sets in state semifinal

Versailles tops Upper Sandusky in 4 sets in state semifinal

Upper Sandusky’s historic dream season came to an end Friday in the Division III state semifinals, as Lauren Bruns and Amanda Winner totaled 41 kills to propel a Versailles team…

Lest we forget: Former MHS student to be honored

Lest we forget: Former MHS student to be honored

A former Mohawk student who died during the Vietnam War will be memorialized by current students and staff nearly 45 years after his death. When the class of 1969 dedicated…

Graboski plays huge role for team as Rams’ only senior

Graboski plays huge role for team as Rams’ only senior

The Rams were hosting a fundraiser tournament this past June. Coach Matthew McConnaughey allowed middle hitter Taylor Graboski to miss the early morning matches for a club volleyball scrimmage. The…

Douglas Bardon

Douglas Bardon

Douglas D. Bardon, of rural Nevada, died at 1:10 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 at Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, Ohio. He was 66. Born Aug. 29, 1947 in Bucyrus, he…

Shirley Rife

Shirley Rife

SYCAMORE — Shirley A. Rife, of 210 S. Sycamore Ave., Sycamore, died Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 at her residence. She was 75. Born Jan. 11, 1938 in Carey, she was…