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Raising awareness

Raising awareness

A sign at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky recognizes March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Angeline School and Industries will kick off its DD awareness campaign Friday morning, when…

ONU-affiliated organization helping small businesses grow

ONU-affiliated organization helping small businesses grow

A representative from the Community Economic Development Center at Ohio Northern University talked with local business leaders at a luncheon put on by the Upper Sandusky Area Chamber of Commerce…

The First Citizens National Bank in Upper Sandusky promotes four

The First Citizens National Bank in Upper Sandusky promotes four

The First Citizens National Bank office in Upper Sandusky recently announced four promotions. Nicole Morris, a lending officer for FCNB, has been promoted to assistant vice president and loan officer.…

New hire at Evolution Agriculture

DELAWARE — Evolution Ag LLC, a Case IH dealership with locations in Upper Sandusky, Circleville, Delaware and Utica, recently announced Chad Hamilton has joined the company to lead the Sprayer…

Royals take on defending champs

Royals take on defending champs

LEXINGTON — The Wynford girls basketball team will face a tall challenge in the Division III regional semifinals tonight at Lexington. Columbus Africentric (20-5) also will be a fast challenge.…

Mohawk set to face Eastern

Mohawk set to face Eastern

PICKERINGTON — Mohawk and Reedsville Eastern have one combined regional victory in school history. The Warriors, who won their first district title Saturday, get their first shot at the regional…

Match Game down to 12 bowlers in field

There was one surprise among the four semifinalists in the Wyandot Match Game Invitational at Wyandot Lanes this weekend. Advancing to the winner’s bracket final four were top-seeded Don McLaughlin,…

Knights of Columbus members fry up a helping of community service

Knights of Columbus members fry up a helping of community service

Unity, fraternity, patriotism and charity. Those are the four core principles under which the Knights of Columbus was founded. For K of C No. 2050, of Upper Sandusky, charity is…

Antrim Township resident reports B & E of barn

Local law enforcement officials are investigating a breaking and entering complaint on CH 56 in Antrim Township after a resident reported someone had broken into a barn. According to a…

Iris Downing

CAREY — Iris Aileen Downing, of Carey, died at 11:15 a.m. Monday, March 4, 2013 at Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Upper Sandusky. She was 90. Born June…