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Thomas Kenan

Thomas Benton Kenan died Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. He was 70. Born July 31, 1942 in Upper Sandusky (Bucyrus Hospital), he was a son of Dr. Frederick Maxwell Kenan and…

Mervin Eingle

CAREY — Mervin Ray Eingle, of Carey, died at 8:19 a.m. Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 at Bridge Hospice Care Center, Findlay. He was 82. Born June 15, 1931 in Carey,…

Mayor’s award

Mayor’s award

Daily Chief-Union city editor Chanda Neely accepts a mayor’s award for outstanding community service Sunday. Neely (left) takes the award from Mayor Scott Washburn during a farewell reception held at…

Wyandot SWCD celebrates 65 years of existence

Wyandot SWCD celebrates 65 years of existence

Wyandot Soil and Water Conservation District celebrated its 65th year Saturday with a bike tour that included stops at several completed projects throughout Wyandot County. Nineteen cyclists waited out the…

Homecoming rally

Homecoming rally

Upper Sandusky High School’s Rambo (left) cheers on the school’s fall sports teams and homecoming court during a parade Sunday in downtown Upper Sandusky in preparation for homecoming events this…

Only lightning delay slows Rams

Only lightning delay slows Rams

CRESTLINE — Going into Friday’s North Central Conference opener at Crestline, the Upper Sandusky Rams had one goal in mind: Dominate the Bulldogs from the beginning. That is exactly what…

Powers’ big 2nd half lifts Carey

Powers’ big 2nd half lifts Carey

SYCAMORE — Carey is looking for a leader to step up, and the Blue Devils found it in the second half. Bryan Powers had 154 of his 204 rushing yards…

Royals rely on running game to top Bucks

Royals rely on running game to top Bucks

BUCYRUS — A heavy rain persisted four quarters and after play was suspended 45 minutes, the football looked as if coated with petroleum jelly. This one would come down to…

Bucyrus QB uses legs to down Riverdale

Bucyrus QB uses legs to down Riverdale

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale welcomed back two starters to its team Friday night against Bucyrus, but it was not enough in a wet and muddy ball game at D. Ray…

Upper man’s legacy lives on through work of nonprofit agency

Upper man’s legacy lives on through work of nonprofit agency

The late Frank Shuleski dedicated his life to helping children. Although he never had children of his own, Shuleski was a devoted Boy Scout leader and worked as an elementary…