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Thomas Weber

FOREST — Thomas P. Weber, of Forest, died at 4:11 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University, Columbus. He was 59. Born May…

Brunch to benefit Relay for Life

Brunch to benefit Relay for Life

Fundraising efforts are underway for the annual Wyandot County Relay For Life. Relay For Life raises funds for cancer research. This year’s theme is “Rockin’ and Cruisin’ Toward the Cure.”…

Kirby Council considers plans for annexation

KIRBY — The village of Kirby is moving forward with plans for the annexation of land on the northeast corner of the village, with a finance committee planning to review…

Firefighters battle local barn, porch fires

Area firefighters responded to the second barn fire in as many days Tuesday afternoon and a porch fire in rural Forest also was reported. According to a report by the…

Local child abuse prevention effort to kick off in Upper Sandusky

April is National Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month and the Wyandot County Department of Job and Family Services will hold several events to mark the awareness campaign. The local…

Local farmer places 2nd in corn yield contest

Local farmer places 2nd in corn yield contest

ST. LOUIS — An area corn grower has been honored as one of 18 national winners in the 2012 national corn yield contest sponsored by the National Corn Growers Association.…

Director: Operations must be actively engaged in farming to receive benefits

To be eligible for payments and benefits under specified programs, all program participants — individuals and legal entities — must provide significant contributions to the farming operation to be considered…

Garverick leads Eagles past Blue Devils, 3-2

Garverick leads Eagles past Blue Devils, 3-2

CAREY — Offense was at a premium, but Colonel Crawford used some defensive mistakes to produce enough runs to come out 3-2 winners in Carey’s softball season opener Monday. The…

Upper opens tennis season with 4-1 win

Upper opens tennis season with 4-1 win

KENTON — The Upper Sandusky boys tennis team opened its season with a 4-1 victory Monday at Kenton. Jacob Courtright and Seth Sprang both rolled in their singles matches for…

Oney fires 5-hitter to lead Rams to 1st win

Oney fires 5-hitter to lead Rams to 1st win

Behind a five-hit pitching performance by Alec Oney, the Upper Sandusky baseball team picked up its first victory of the season, defeating Kenton, 9-1, on Monday. The Rams (1-2) gave…