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Area Campus Notes: January 30, 2014

Howard named to UA dean’s list AKRON — Trent Howard has been named to the University of Akron dean’s list for the fall semester in recognition of his academic accomplishments.…

Fitzy to bring 1-man live-looping show to Tiffin University

TIFFIN — The Philadelphia-based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and live-looping artist Brian Fitzy brings his one-man show to Tiffin University on Friday. He will present an educational workshop from 4-6 p.m. in…

Lexington advances to state tourney

Lexington advances to state tourney

LEXINGTON — To beat Lexington, Upper Sandusky was going to have to be nearly flawless. Instead, it was the Minutemen who took nearly every close match and ran away with…

Upper loses battle inside in loss at Tiffin

Upper loses battle inside in loss at Tiffin

TIFFIN — Tiffin Columbian had the paint locked up and would not let Upper Sandusky find the key. The Tornadoes mounded 38 points in the interior aided by 21 offensive…

Royals pull away from Tigers in 2nd half

Royals pull away from Tigers in 2nd half

GALION — Wynford pulled away in the second half for a 61-33 North Central Conference girls basketball victory Wednesday night at Galion. Meghan Harrer knocked down four 3-pointers and finished…

Rams boys, Royals girls take 3rd

Rams boys, Royals girls take 3rd

NORTH ROBINSON — The end to Wednesday night’s North Central Conference meet was an indication on just how much Upper Sandusky has improved this season. The Rams’ 400 free relay…

Bath loses only 1 match against Carey

LIMA — Lima Bath rolled past Carey, 65-6, in the regional semifinals of the Division III team state wrestling tournament on Wednesday night at Bath. Coldwater topped Delphos St. John’s,…

Mohawk JH, HS release second quarter honor roll lists for 2013-14

SYCAMORE — Mohawk Junior High and High School recently released its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2013-14 academic year. All A’s Seventh grade: Trent Baum, Hayden Cook,…

New microfilm reader

New microfilm reader

Friends of the Upper Sandusky Community Library Secretary Joanne Gilmore (left), a former library director, and Treasurer Shelley Beidelschies view an edition of the Democratic Union on a new microfilm…

Fagan, Kloepfer announce engagement

Fagan, Kloepfer announce engagement

WHARTON — Alyssa Fagan, of Wharton, and Joshua Kloepfer, of Carey, recently announced their engagement and upcoming wedding. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Todd and Donna Fagan, Wharton. Her…