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Crimson Streaks clinch title share

FREMONT — The Fremont St. Joseph softball team won its 18th straight game and clinched at least a share of the Midland Athletic League championship with a 10-7 victory Saturday…

Naeyaert leads Carey upset of St. Joe

FREMONT — The Carey baseball team knocked Fremont St. Joseph out of contention for the Midland Athletic League title with a 9-5 road victory Saturday. Trailing 4-3, the Blue Devils…

Major League Baseball: County Environmental wins

County Environmental defeated the Lions, 13-7, in a Major League baseball game Friday. Offensively for County Environmental: Jaidyn Thiel, 1 run; Evan Young, 1 run; Jason Holly, 2 singles, double,…

Robert Buckley

Robert Buckley

PROSPECT — Robert Verlin Buckley, of Marion, died Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at Fairhaven Community, Upper Sandusky. He was 86. Born May 10, 1927 in Marion, he was a son…

Bouncing good time

Bouncing good time

Eden Morris (from left) and Cassidy Breidenbach, both 8 years old, join 4-year-old Davien Morse in the “Toddler Town” bounce house Saturday in the Junior Fair Arena at the Wyandot…

Safety Blotter: May 20, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department Michael J. Vent, Upper Sandusky, was warned for using a private drive to bypass a road during a traffic stop the night of March 19 on…

Carey fire chief receives First Responder of the Year honor

Carey fire chief receives First Responder of the Year honor

CAREY — A sold-out crowd filled Moreno’s Casual Dining on Saturday night during Boots and Badges, an event to benefit the American Red Cross of Wyandot County and honor the…

Carey nonprofit helps fight hunger

Carey nonprofit helps fight hunger

CAREY — The Carey Food Pantry teamed up with a nonprofit organization that fights hunger Sunday to offer music for a cause at the sixth annual Pantry Palooza. Attendees were…

Mohawk seniors receive scholarships, academic awards

Mohawk seniors receive scholarships, academic awards

SYCAMORE — Mohawk High School recently hosted its annual senior awards night. Valedictorian Tyler Krupp plans to attend The Ohio State University to major in chemical engineering with a minor…

Carey police investigate complaints of vandalism

CAREY — The Carey Police Department has concluded the investigation into separate reports of vandalism and criminal damaging in the village. According to a news release from the department, police…