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Daughter remembers late father with charity ride to fight cancer

Daughter remembers late father with charity ride to fight cancer

Kirby native Lydia Frey kept her father’s picture close to her as she rode 50 miles in a bicycle race to benefit cancer research last summer. It was a topic…

Dig into Reading

Dig into Reading

Upper Sandusky Community Library recently announced its summer reading program. This year’s theme is “Dig into Reading.” Staff members have decorated the library in a theme of the children’s game…

Bryants celebrate 25th anniversary

Bryants celebrate 25th anniversary

Brian and Ginger (Sayre) Bryant, of 219 E. Johnson St., Upper Sandusky, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a party from 2-5 p.m. June 15 at Harrison Smith Park,…

Richmond hopes time drops again

Richmond hopes time drops again

BUCYRUS — In just weeks, Wynford’s Ellie Richmond has dropped her time in the 1600 run by almost 22 seconds. The sophomore’s effort of 5:17.93 in last Friday’s regional meet…

USHS girls track awards

USHS girls track awards

Upper Sandusky’s girls track and field team recently held its awards night. Top Winners were (front row, from left) Danielle Brodman, third-year letterwinner; Ceidyer Niederkohr, North Central Conference 100 hurdles…

First Citizens wins slugfest

The First Citizens National Bank rallied past Schuster’s Flower Shop, 24-23, in a girls slowpitch softball slugfest Wednesday. Offensively for Schuster’s: Samantha Pryor, single, 2 doubles, 3 runs; Mataea Wilson,…

Star Kids shows set for stage

The Star Players will host the Star Kids 2013 workshop showcase  at 7 p.m. today and Saturday at The Star Theatre. The showcase will feature songs and dance numbers and…

Seven educators retire from Mohawk Local School District

Seven educators retire from Mohawk Local School District

SYCAMORE — Seven educators at Mohawk School have retired from the district, most of whom have been familiar faces in the hallways for more than 20 years. Annette Covert, Marianna…

Doggone good time planned for Pawzfest

Doggone good time planned for Pawzfest

The Wyandot County Humane Society is gearing up for its 11th annual Pawzfest dog walk and fun day. The festivities are set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at…

Upper man waives indictment for felony domestic violence

Upper man waives indictment for felony domestic violence

An Upper Sandusky man accused of felony domestic violence waived indictment to proceed on a bill of information in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Thursday. Chad A. Thomas, 44,…