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Courthouse restoration committee ranks No. 1 criteria architect

The Wyandot County Courthouse renovation evaluation committee has vetted a field of 10 criteria architect applicants and requested a proposal from Schooley Caldwell Associates by Thursday. Schooley Caldwell was ranked…

Fire claims Wharton area house

WHARTON — A house at 19167 TH 42, Wharton, was destroyed in a fire Monday afternoon, according to a report released this morning by the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office. A…

Upper library considers adding lower level diaper-changing station

The Upper Sandusky Community Library will consider adding a diaper-changing station to its lower level bathroom, but tabled the matter during a regular meeting Tuesday so more information could be…

Mohawak BOE accepts AD’s resignation

SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Local Schools Board of Education accepted the resignation of Athletic Director and head football coach Erik Baker at Monday’s meeting. Baker has served in both capacities…

Diverse crafts gallery joins Upper business scene

Diverse crafts gallery joins Upper business scene

Creativity abounds in a small studio set within Curves, a women’s gym in Upper Sandusky. Willow Craft Gallery, located at 228 S. Eighth St., opened its doors Jan. 27 in…

Walton Realty honored

Walton Realty honored

United Country Walton Realty & Auction Co. recently received two awards in an advertising contest at the Ohio auctioneers convention in Dublin. Accepting the awards for the company were (from…

Health dept. lends oral hygiene tips

In recognition of national children’s dental health month, the Wyandot County Health Department is reminding parents and child caregivers of the importance of good oral hygiene. According to the Ohio…

Stacy, Bassler announce engagement

Stacy, Bassler announce engagement

Christi Stacy and Josh Bassler, both of Upper Sandusky, recently announced their engagement and upcoming wedding. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Rick and Tina Stacy, Arlington. Her fiancé is…

Farmers give back

Farmers give back

Wyandot County resident Nicole Pelter (center) chose the Wynford Education Foundation as recipient of a $2,500 donation from the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program, sponsored by Monsanto. Also pictured are…

7th and 8th grade NCC champs

7th and 8th grade NCC champs

Upper Sandusky’s seventh grade boys basketball team finished the season 15-0 and won the North Central Conference with a tournament final victory, 43-30 against Colonel Crawford on Thursday at Wynford.…