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What’s Cookin!?

What’s Cookin!?

Members of the new “What’s Cookin’!” cookbook discussion group hold a meeting Monday evening at the Upper Sandusky Community Library. Members meet once a month to discuss their favorite cookbooks…

County EMA office gets new staff

County EMA office gets new staff

The Wyandot County Emergency Medical Services director has acquired the same position at the county Emergency Management Agency. Dale Risley, about six months after being appointed to head EMS, takes…

Former bank worker sentenced to 180 days for stealing money

Former bank worker sentenced to 180 days for stealing money

An Upper Sandusky woman who pleaded guilty to one count of grand theft from her former workplace was sentenced to 180 days in jail and two years of community control…

Bond sale to help finance new Carey school

CAREY — Carey Exempted Village Schools district has authorized the sale of bonds to cover its share of a new facilities project. Voters in May passed a 37-year, 6-mill new…

Nevada Council agrees to waive Wyandot East zoning fee

NEVADA — Nevada council members determined at Monday night’s meeting the Wyandot East Fire District does not have to pay a zoning permit fee for a construction upgrade to one…

McNamaras to celebrate 50th anniversary

McNamaras to celebrate 50th anniversary

George and JoAnn (Gillivan) McNamara, of 450 Glen Haven Road, Upper Sandusky, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house hosted by their children from 1-4 p.m. Sunday…

USHS seniors to take part in annual Buckeye Girls State mock gov’t program

USHS seniors to take part in annual Buckeye Girls State mock gov’t program

Upper Sandusky High School seniors Anna Massara and Hannah Alspach will be among 900 girls participating in the 67th annual session of Buckeye Girls State from June 16-22 at the…

Tea time

His Blank Canvas artists Mandy Baldwin (standing, left) and Kevin Burlew stand in front of an inspirational piece they created during the Wyandot County Historical Society’s annual tea Sunday afternoon…

Richmond finishes 12th in state 1600 run

Richmond finishes 12th in state 1600 run

COLUMBUS — Wynford’s Ellie Richmond did not have the type of run she envisioned going into Division III state track and field competition Saturday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Richmond…

Big fish

Big fish

Eric Kamphowe (from right) tries to handle a 23-inch catfish with assistance from his grandpa, Jody Graber, and Brad Frey while Eric Gottfried looks on Saturday at the Wyandot County…