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Sisters start catering co. in Sycamore

Sisters start catering co. in Sycamore

SYCAMORE — Sisters Barb Shumaker and Ginn Clark recently entered the catering business and have made the “just like mom used to make” expression a reality. With Savory Sweet Catering…

Spotlight Luncheon

Spotlight Luncheon

First Citizens National Bank presented at a luncheon at Dough Si Dough, Upper Sandusky, on Thursday sponsored by the Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce. Brent Barchant (left), one of…

Police, sheriff release recent incident reports

Upper Sandusky Police Department Heather P. Hazlett, Marion, was cited for license plate light out, possession of a schedule IV substance and possession of a drug abuse instrument early Monday…

Upper tops Buckeye Valley

DELAWARE — The Upper Sandusky girls tennis team bounced back from its season-opening loss to Kenton with a 4-1 victory against Buckeye Valley on Tuesday. The Rams swept the varsity…

Mohawk wins at BC

NEW WASHINGTON — Katelynn Kinley fired a 46 to lead the Mohawk girls golf team to a 227-239 victory against Buckeye Central on Tuesday at Cranberry Hills Golf Course. Chelsea…

Dunlap leads Warriors in invite

KANSAS — Led by Brayden Dunlap’s 88, the Mohawk boys golf team finished eighth of 12 teams in the Bettsville Invitational on Tuesday at Nature Trails Golf Course. Lakota won…

Blue Devils place 8th in Colonial

HERROD — Russell Phillips shot a 99 to lead Carey to eighth place in the Colonial Golfers Club Tournament hosted by Allen East on Tuesday. Anthony Wayne was the team…

2nd place

2nd place

The Upper Sandusky High School competition cheerleading squad recently competed at the Wood County Fair, placing second in the large varsity division. “The competition was really tough in our division…

Sixth annual Native American gathering returns to Upper

Sixth annual Native American gathering returns to Upper

Native American dancing, drums, food and culture will be on display in Upper Sandusky this weekend. The Mingo Confederation of North America will host its six annual Native American Gathering…

Kirby officials give updates related to complaints about juveniles, dogs

KIRBY — Kirby Council members heard updates on several pending issues within the village during a meeting Tuesday, including a problem with juveniles allegedly being on private property after curfew…