Socialize

Home » Archives by category » Protected (Page 259)

Open Door seeks participants for 4th annual Walkathon fundraiser

Open Door seeks participants for 4th annual Walkathon fundraiser

Open Door Resource Center is gearing up for its fourth annual Walkathon. The fundraiser to benefit Wyandot County residents facing financial hardships will be held from 9-11 a.m. Aug. 3…

Wharton woman faces robbery, drug charges

Wharton woman faces robbery, drug charges

A Wharton woman has pleaded not guilty to six felony charges in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court, including robbery, complicity to robbery, theft of drugs, complicity to theft of drugs,…

Wyandot County Home Health Agency continues to grow

Wyandot County Home Health Agency may be outgrowing its home. Director Jane Weber reported the need for more space due to an expanded staff to work on increased services at…

County health board approves contracts

The Wyandot County Board of Health passed contracts for the coming fiscal year Wednesday during its regular meeting, including smoke-free workplace, Help Me Grow home visiting, hearing clinic and Area…

Local health officials offer heat safety tips

With temperatures topping 90 degrees this week, health officials are warning local residents about heat-related illnesses. “Excessive heat can be deadly,” Todd James, executive director of the American Red Cross…

Ohio State-Marion to host annual Harding symposium

MARION — The Ohio State University at Marion will host a panel of presenters who will unravel the history of scandals in the White House and explore the question of…

Carey Chamber to host business showcase in August

The Carey Area Chamber of Commerce will host a community business showcase during the Carey Fest homecoming celebration from 5-7:30 p.m.  Aug. 1. The event to be held at the…

Local acupuncturist

Local acupuncturist

Dr. Betty Lok (left), of Mid Ohio Chiropractic, pulls a needle from Edward Jones Investments financial adviser Chris Daris, of the Upper Sandusky office. Lok demonstrated acupuncture for a group…

Patriotic donation

Patriotic donation

Employees of Shoot-A-Way, an Upper Sandusky-based company, encase a Gun 8000 the company is donating to an Olympics training facility in Colorado Springs, Colo. Representatives of the training facility had…

Upper swimmers to compete in Junior Olympic Championships

Two Upper Sandusky swimmers will take part in the 2013 Junior Olympic Championships from Thursday through Sunday in Oxford. Ryan Outland, 14, and Jaelynn Summit, 13, both qualified as members…