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Alden Eley

Alden James Eley, a son of James “Jim” D. and Florence “Flo” M. (Cook) Eley, of Nevada, was delivered Sunday, April 21, 2013 at Galion Community Hospital and died peacefully…

Donation funds computer purchase

Donation funds computer purchase

The Wyandot County Health Department’s immunization program recently received $650 from the North Central Electric Cooperative’s People Fund Board. Funds were used toward the purchase of a computer used for…

Former employee accused of stealing $11,000 from Upper Sandusky bank

Former employee accused of stealing $11,000 from Upper Sandusky bank

An Upper Sandusky woman has been charged with stealing $11,000 from a local bank. Chanel N. Caneza, 23, was arrested and arraigned April 10 in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court…

Sycamore to consider adding security cameras

SYCAMORE — Sycamore officials are considering adding security cameras to village parks. Sycamore Village Administrator Chuck Clark made the request during Tuesday night’s council meeting. The move comes after an…

New look

New look

Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathy Tolle (left) and Wyandot County Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Sara Lou Binau stand inside the agencies’ new combined office…

Heritage Christian Union Church to host homecoming

Heritage Christian Union Church to host homecoming

FOREST — Heritage Christian Union Church, located at 15738 Ohio 37, Forest,  will hold a homecoming celebration Sunday. The event will be held in honor of the first worship service…

Rain barrel-decorating contest taking place at mall in Findlay

Rain barrel-decorating contest taking place at mall in Findlay

FINDLAY — Riverdale High School art students are among those who submitted rain barrels for a decorating contest sponsored by the Blanchard River Watershed Partnership. The decorated rain barrels will…

Senator announces jobs bill aimed at helping expand farmers markets

Senator announces jobs bill aimed at helping expand farmers markets

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown recently announced new legislation that would expand markets for farmers and increase the availability of nutritious locally-grown food for consumers, particularly senior citizens and…

Agricultural use property values announced for next three tax years

Wyandot County Auditor George Kitzler is informing agricultural property owners who have qualified for the current agricultural use value program that the state has released land values that will be…

Conservation plans must include information on mowing, spraying

Conservation plans must include information on mowing, spraying

The Wyandot County Farm Service Agency Committee needs to provide authorization for conservation reserve program participants in 2013 to spot mow or spot spray CRP acreage during the primary nesting…