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Wiggly things at MCL

Wiggly things at MCL

Hope Love gets an up-close look at snake skin during a program entitled “Wiggly Things” held recently at Mohawk Community Library in Sycamore. Linda Rose, of the Seneca Park District,…

League runner-ups

League runner-ups

Kalmbach Feeds recently was runner-up to Re-Print for both the 2013 Ram League baseball regular season and tournament championships. Kalmbach Feeds is comprised of (front row, from left) Ashtyn King,…

Riverdale White captures title

Riverdale White recently won the 2013 Hancock County girls 10 and younger Division B  fastpitch softball tournament championship. Riverdale White defeated Liberty Benton, 8-5, in the semifinal before earning the…

Results from fishing derby released

A fishing derby for children ages 1-15 recently was held at the Harrison Smith Park pond. Memorial award winners of the derby were Paris Couch, Connor Page and Dylan Monroe.…

Safety Blotter: July 15, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department Eric S. Miller, Upper Sandusky, was cited for rapid acceleration the evening of May 28 in the 300 block of South Eighth Street. Officers assisted the…

Daniel Troiano

Daniel Troiano

CAREY — Daniel M. “Danny” Troiano, of Carey, died at 5:45 p.m. Friday, July 12, 2013 at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay. He was 56. Born Jan. 4, 1957 in Findlay,…

Dixie Joseph

CAREY — Dixie Joseph, of Carey, died at 7:34 a.m. Sunday, July 14, 2013 at Bridge Hospice Care Center, Findlay. She was 97. Born Jan. 5, 1916 in Johnson County,…

Bike tour break

Bike tour break

Cyclists in the 20th annual Upper Sandusky family bicycle tour stop for a meal at Bicentennial Park on Saturday. More than 100 cyclists took part in the event, which included…

Tree Town Fest fun continues

Tree Town Fest fun continues

Hundreds of people enjoyed food, fun, games, prizes and entertainment during the three-day Tree Town festival at Gormley Park.…

Local minister shares 1st baptism with mom

Local minister shares 1st baptism with mom

TIFFIN — Upper Sandusky native Richard Haner worked in heating, ventilation and air conditioning for 25 years, but the 46-year-old said a message from God changed that. “I was attending…