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Helen Stuerzenberger

Helen C. Stuerzenberger, of Cleveland, died at 6:45 a.m. Monday, May 13, 2013 at St. Francis Home, Tiffin. She was 95. Born Oct. 23, 1917 in Cleveland, she was a…

National Nursing Home Week

National Nursing Home Week

Sycamore receives grants to replace meters, improveradio communications

Sycamore officials are continuing their efforts to increase safety in the village. Sycamore Police Chief Richard Blankenship reported during Tuesday night’s council meeting he has looked into the cost of…

Smalley’s grand slam helps Rams roll, 11-1

The Upper Sandusky softball team hit a pair of home runs and clinched a sectional crown Monday by defeating Ontario, 11-1, in six innings. The first came with two outs…

Wynford tops Upper again, 7-3

The Upper Sandusky baseball team outhit Wynford on Monday but did not have the runs to show for it, losing 7-3 to the Royals at home. The Rams, two days…

North Baltimore rolls past Carey

North Baltimore jumped on Carey straight from the gates and Cheyenne Hernandez did the rest in an 8-0 victory at Waterworks Park. Hernandez went on to shut out the Blue…

Carey held to 2 hits in tourney loss to Bucyrus

Carey starter Matthew Holsinger went three innings, struck out five and only allowed one hit. For a high school pitcher, those numbers usually are good enough to give one’s team…

Vanlue edges Riverdale, 4-1, in sectional game

Riverdale couldn’t get anything going its way Monday in a 4-1 sectional semifinal softball loss to Vanlue. The Falcons had five hits in five different innings. They had multiple runners…

Upper Sandusky Park Board names new pool manager

The Upper Sandusky Park Board on Monday night voted to hire a new manager for the city’s public swimming pool. The board unanimously approved a hiring committee’s request to appoint…

Wyandot County receives $75,000 development grant

Wyandot County has received a state grant for two improvement projects during the current fiscal year. Angie McConnel, a member of  Wood, Sandusky, Ottawa and Seneca Community Action Commission, said…