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The Rev. A. Donald Collins

The Rev. A. Donald Collins

The Rev. A. Donald Collins Sr., of Springfield and formerly of Upper Sandusky, died Friday, April 12, 2013 at Springfield Masonic Community. He was 85. Born Aug. 3, 1927 in…

Outrage erupts over school board’s decision to not renew coach’s contract

Outrage erupts over school board’s decision to not renew coach’s contract

SYCAMORE — Since coach Eric Hoover’s volleyball contract renewal was rejected Monday by way of a 3-2 vote by Mohawk Schools’ board of education, the town of Sycamore has been…

McCutchenville man sentenced to 11 months for B&E at Danner’s Towing

McCutchenville man sentenced to 11 months for B&E at Danner’s Towing

Judge Kate Aubry opted not to follow a joint recommendation for community control Thursday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court and instead sentenced Thomas J. Danner Jr. to 11 months…

Second defendant is sentenced in Willson’s Grocery robbery case

Second defendant is sentenced in Willson’s Grocery robbery case

A Kenton woman was sentenced to 30 months in prison Thursday for her part in the robbery of Willson’s Grocery in Upper Sandusky. Mercedes J. Shoop, 32, pleaded guilty to…

WCSO releases incident reports

A Harpster man requested a welfare check on his mother the evening of March 19 after a phone conversation between the two had been cut off. The woman advised she…

USPD respond to calls for service

Chad C. Bayes, Upper Sandusky, was cited for parking in a fire lane the night of Feb. 8 at Wal-Mart. Officers conducted a traffic stop the night of Feb. 8…

Nevada man gets 24 months in burglary case

Nevada man gets 24 months in burglary case

A rural Nevada man was sentenced to 24 months in prison for burglary and grand theft of a firearm, both third-degree felonies, in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Thursday.…

More funding expected for developmental disabilities programs

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities is expecting an increase in funding with the next state budget. Angeline Superintendent Todd Dilley and other advocates had petitioned the state for…

Spiritual talk

Spiritual talk

Fairhaven Community Chaplain the Rev. Becky Jones (standing, right) presents “A Spiritual Autobiography — What’s Your Story” during a community luncheon Thursday afternoon at the nursing facility in Upper Sandusky.…

Theft of medications reported in Sycamore

The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a theft from a residence in the 4400 block of Ohio 67, Sycamore. According to a report released this morning by…