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Irene Orians

Irene R. Orians, of Upper Sandusky, died at 7:55 a.m. Friday, March 8, 2013 at her home. She was 92. Born May 12, 1920 in Kirby, she was a daughter…

Louella White

CAREY — Louella I. White, of Carey, died Thursday, March 7, 2013 at Bridge Hospice Care Center, Findlay. She was 94. Born Dec. 7, 1918 in Charleston, W.Va., she was…

Local teenager shares talent, hobby in origami class

Local teenager shares talent, hobby in origami class

Curran McKain became hooked on the art of origami at age 8. For the past three weeks, she has been sharing that passion with a small group of participants in…

Connections that last

Connections that last

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Angeline School and Industries’ mission statement is “working in partnership with Wyandot County citizens with developmental disabilities, their loved ones and our community to…

USMS students named to 2nd quarter honor roll

The staff at Upper Sandusky Middle School recently released the honor roll for the second nine weeks. All A’s Sixth grade: Justin Blackburn, Abigail Brown, Trevor Clifford, Alexis Fogle, Rachael…

Bianchi, Toland to wed

Bianchi, Toland to wed

Sarah Katherine Bianchi and Nicholas John Toland recently announced their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Robert and Rose Bianchi, Upper Sandusky. Her fiancé is a…

WMH to award five health care scholarships

The Wyandot Memorial Hospital Foundation will award five $1,000 scholarships this spring to Wyandot County residents who are planning careers in health care. Scholarship applications are available at the hospital’s…

Eagles pull away from Warriors

Eagles pull away from Warriors

  PICKERINGTON — Reedsville Eastern’s coaching staff was well aware of Mohawk’s shooting capabilities from beyond the arc, having scouted them extensively the past two weeks during the Warriors’ district…

Mohawk losing 8 accomplished seniors

Mohawk losing 8 accomplished seniors

PICKERINGTON — It was an emotional end of the night as Mohawk girls basketball coach Josh Fortney watched his senior-laden group run off the floor following Thursday’s 63-47 loss to…

Africentric slips past Wynford

Africentric slips past Wynford

LEXINGTON — Both teams were perfectly happy with their chances shortening the second half to the final four minutes. With a five-point lead and 2:25 remaining in the third quarter,…