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PRO Award winners

PRO Award winners

St. Peter’s School in Upper Sandusky recently announced the winners of the People Respecting Others Award for March. Winners are (front row, from left) Caleb Clary, Braxton Swartz, Emery Pahl;…

Scavenger hunt continues at Mohawk library

SYCAMORE — Mohawk Community Library recently announced it is hosting a scavenger hunt. Items now are hidden in a display case at the library in Sycamore. The public is invited…

Bell, Huston among those to be inducted into WSHF’s 3rd class

Bell, Huston among those to be inducted into WSHF’s 3rd class

Editor’s note: This is the first  part in a series highlighting this year’s class of the Wyandot Sports Hall of Fame, to be inducted April 20. Andra Bell Bell is a…

Rams top Warriors, Bucks

NEW WASHINGTON — The Upper Sandusky boys track and field team submitted results from a Tuesday meet held at Buckeye Central High School after press time Wednesday. Upper Sandusky won…

Sielski leads Wynford boys in home meet

BUCYRUS — The Wynford boys track and field results from a tri-meet hosted by the Royals on Tuesday were received after press time Wednesday. The Royals took second to Riverdale…

5K run supports county Special Olympics fund

The 29th annual Angeline 5K run/fun walk to benefit Wyandot County Special Olympics will be held at 7 p.m. May 24 beginning at Angeline School and Industries, 11028 CH 44,…

Upper junior high boys track and field wins NCC tri-meet

The Upper Sandusky junior high boys track and field team edged Ontario, 60-58, for first place in a tri-meet Tuesday. Buckeye Central was third with 27 points. In the girls…

Thunderstorms cause damage throughout Wyandot County

Thunderstorms cause damage throughout Wyandot County

Mother Nature packed a one-two punch of high winds and hail that knocked down trees and power lines, toppled several barns and tipped over semi-trailers Wednesday afternoon. Power was knocked…

Upper Robotics Club heads to nationals

Upper Robotics Club heads to nationals

On Mondays and Tuesdays at Union Middle School in Upper Sandusky, some students pack their bags at the end of the day and head downstairs. Visitors in the building may…

Brown advocates raise in federal minimum wage with three steps

Brown advocates raise in federal minimum wage with three steps

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown used a weekly conference call with members of the media Wednesday to advocate for new legislation that would raise the federal minimum wage in…