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Dunlap shoots 84 at Tiger Inv.

TIFFIN — Mohawk’s Brayden Dunlap tied for 12th overall among 73 players in the Tiger Invitational hosted by Seneca East on Thursday at Clinton Heights Golf Course. Dunlap’s round of…

Next week’s high school sports schedule

Monday, Aug. 19 Boys golf Riverdale vs. Galion at Sycamore Springs, 4 p.m. Upper Sandusky at Buckeye Central at Cranberry Hills, 4:30 p.m. Girls golf Mohawk at Shelby Invitational at…

1st place

1st place

The Upper Sandusky High School competition cheerleading squad recently competed at Elmwood High School, placing first in the large varsity division. “These girls were amazing,” coach Courtney Sebenoler said. “I couldn’t…

Upper man accused of B&E, attempting to run over officers with stolen pickup

Upper man accused of B&E, attempting to run over officers with stolen pickup

A rural Upper Sandusky man has been indicted on eight charges related to the alleged break-in of Angle Back Just One More tavern in Marseilles and a pursuit of a…

Mohawk school board members hear utility cost savings plan

SYCAMORE — An energy company presented options Mohawk Local Schools could use to save money on its utility costs at Thursday’s board of education meeting in the Mohawk Community Investors…

County commissioners open bridge project bids

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners opened bids for two bridge projects Thursday and sent them with the county engineer for further examination. Five bids were received for a bridge…

Carey man, 21, pleads not guilty to vandalism

Carey man, 21, pleads not guilty to vandalism

A Carey man appeared for arraignment in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Thursday morning for vandalism, complicity to vandalism and 12 counts of complicity to criminal damaging in a…

Enjoying the day

Enjoying the day

Eight-year-old Cheyanne Mardis (front) and 6-year-old Kiley Schoenberger take turns on a slide at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky on Thursday afternoon while temperatures stayed cool in the 70s.…

Safety Blotter: August 16, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department A resident of the 400 block of West Johnson Street reported Wednesday morning her juvenile son ran away from his residence. The boy later was found…

‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ begins today through Labor Day

Ohio law enforcement agencies join thousands of other highway safety partners throughout the nation taking part in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign on impaired driving, which began…