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County properties transferred recently

J.D.T. Farms LLC to April M. Bianchi and April M. Fredritz, 1.000 acre in Crawford Township. Sharon K. Tuttle to Terry Tuttle, property in Upper Sandusky. Rella M. Anderson to…

Pritchard, Mengerink reach semis

Pritchard, Mengerink reach semis

BOWLING GREEN — Five Upper Sandusky Rams competed in the division II northwest district tournament at the Stroh Center in Bowling Green on Friday night, and all five will continue…

Falcons’ Knoll, Matheny each win twice on 1st day of district tourney

Falcons’ Knoll, Matheny each win twice on 1st day of district tourney

BOWLING GREEN — Among 20 wrestlers from Carey, Mohawk and Riverdale, the Falcons’ Seth Knoll and Mitchel Matheny were the only two to reach the semifinals but most of them…

Rams find consistency in win

Rams find consistency in win

Fickleness has been Upper Sandusky’s identity all season. It was hardly true Friday night, however, with the Rams starting hot and sustaining energy for four quarters in a 63-56 win…

Royals finish strong, beat Falcons

Royals finish strong, beat Falcons

MOUNT BLANCHARD — This year’s Wynford team might not compare in many ways to the 1982-83 Buckeye Central boys basketball team that finished as the state runner-up, but Steve Mohr,…

Carey rolls in MAL finale

FREMONT — Carey started strong and ended strong in a 81-52 win against Fremont St. Joseph on Friday on the road. Bryan Powers and Jared Wentling each has 24 points…

Mark Martin Sr.

Mark D. Martin Sr., of Upper Sandusky, died at 8:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 at Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus. He was 60. Born March 19, 1953 in Upper Sandusky,…

Upper woman doesn’t let her disease ‘define her’

Upper woman doesn’t let her disease ‘define her’

Many teachable moments have arisen for Janice Woods since her diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease in 2011, but the local businesswoman is not letting the diagnosis define her. At the same…

Carey man sentenced for bank robbery

Carey man sentenced for bank robbery

A Carey man was sentenced to the maximum 36 months in prison Friday for robbing The First Citizens National Bank in Carey on Jan. 14. Chad E. Gossman, 38, waived…

Newly initiated

Newly initiated

Scott Emerick (left) and Debra Chestnut (right) recently were initiated into Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks No. 83 in Upper Sandusky. They are shown with exalted ruler Rhonda…