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CLC, K or C give back

CLC, K or C give back

Members of the Upper Sandusky Knights of Columbus and Catholic Ladies of Columbia held 50/50 drawings during a series of Lenten fish fries to raise money for the Upper Sandusky…

Taking a spin

Taking a spin

Upper Sandusky residents Vicki Orians (left) and her 10-year-old niece Ella Orians take a spin around the city on their bicycles Tuesday afternoon. The pair’s trip included a stop for…

Harpster village officials search for ways to pay for building tear down

HARPSTER — Mayor John Schaadt gave an update on a vacant building in the village that burned in a fatal fire Feb. 5 during the Harpster Village Council meeting Tuesday…

Sycamore to seek 2-mill renewal levy to help finance fire dept.

SYCAMORE — Sycamore will ask voters to renew a levy to help finance the village’s fire department during the November general election. Village officials on Tuesday night passed a resolution…

Turtle time

Turtle time

The all-weather pavilion at Gormley Park in Forest was filled with children and their parents who came out Tuesday afternoon to see the animals of the Turtle Lady. Nancy Lockard…

Marseilles saves thousands of dollars on annual audit

MARSEILLES — Marseilles Village Council discussed the village’s 2011-12 audit during its regular meeting Tuesday evening for which the village saved 86 percent of its costs compared to a traditional…

Colorful presentation

Colorful presentation

Liz Snyder presents “The Ethics of Teaching” to  members of Kappa Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International during a recent meeting at Upper Sandusky Community Library.…

Economic development

Economic development

Wyandot County Economic Development and Regional Planning Director Greg Moon speaks to members of the Upper Sandusky Rotary Club about economic development during the club’s weekly meeting. Moon, who also…

Mohawk greenhouse project wins community-based gardening grant

Mohawk greenhouse project wins community-based gardening grant

SEATTLE — Seeds of Change, a maker of nutritious organic foods, recently announced Mohawk Local School District’s greenhouse is the recipient of one of 15 $10,000 Share the Good grants…

Softball award winners

Softball award winners

Upper Sandusky’s softball team recently held its awards banquet. Winners were (front row, from left) Savannah Piecha, Ram tough award, third-year varsity, second-team All-North Central Conference; Lexa Cheney, Knights of…