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Juveniles receive sentences for traffic offenses

Zachary A. Hark, 601 S. Patterson St., Carey, speed, $30 and costs, Carteens. Gunnar L. Johnson, 8501 CH 16, McCutchenville, stop sign violation, $30 and costs, Carteens, parent/guardian restriction until…

Tigers’ Caudill shuts down Rams

Tigers’ Caudill shuts down Rams

Ethan Caudill limited Upper Sandusky to three hits and got plenty of offensive support as Seneca East took an 11-1 non-conference baseball victory Friday. Jordan Bowerman singled and doubled, while…

Upper softball thumps SE, 11-1

Upper softball thumps SE, 11-1

Upper Sandusky scored in four of the first five innings and won its second straight game against a Midland Athletic League foe by beating Seneca East 11-1 on Friday. The…

Safety Blotter: April 6, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department An officer responded to a request for assistance from emergency medical services personnel the afternoon of Feb. 2 in the 400 block of South Hazel Street.…

James Gardner

FOREST — James N. Gardner, of Lima, died at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at Lima Manor. He was 57. Born Sept. 21, 1955 in Kenton, he was a…

Guardian Industries distributing free smoke detectors

Guardian Industries distributing free smoke detectors

Tragedy has become all too familiar for the Guardian Industries family. Guardian employee James Gatchell was one of three victims who died in a Feb. 5 apartment fire in Harpster.…

Local man publishes science fiction thriller titled ‘The Prison Planet’

Local man publishes science fiction thriller titled ‘The Prison Planet’

A former Upper Sandusky councilman and businessman has released his first book, a science fiction novel that incorporates aliens, autism, conspiracy, fear, greed, history, love, politics, reincarnation, spiritualism and war.…

Easter celebration

Easter celebration

Westbrook Assisted Living and Memory Care in Upper Sandusky invited residents’ grandchildren and employees’ children to take part in special activities on Good Friday. Aimee Troiano (from left), Coby Butler,…

Wharton releases results of village Easter egg hunt

WHARTON — The annual Wharton Easter Egg Hunt recently was held at Wharton park with more than 30 children participating. The event was sponsored  by the Wharton Park Board and…

Health department offers tips to make community healthier

Editor’s note: In observance of National Public Health Week, the Wyandot County Health Department has released columns for each day of the week. This is part five of the five-part…