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Scotts celebrate 50th anniversary

Scotts celebrate 50th anniversary

BUCYRUS — Paul E. and Kay L. (Johnston) Scott, of 665 Lincoln Highway, Bucyrus, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. The Scotts were married June 21, 1964 in Bucyrus.…

Wynford Envirothon team wins 7th

Wynford Envirothon team wins 7th

BUCYRUS — The Wynford team of Kymber Sand, Ethan Stuckey, Aaron Hand, Caleb Hess and Annika Gerlach recently won seventh place overall and first place in the wildlife testing station…

Amicone, Mittermaier earn top All-DC-U baseball honors

Amicone, Mittermaier earn top All-DC-U baseball honors

Royals, Rams combine for 8 selections to team Upper Sandusky’s Carson Mittermaier was voted player of the year and Wynford’s Jon Amicone was named coach of the year on the…

Riverdale track awards

Riverdale track awards

The Riverdale track and field team recently held its awards banquet. Winners were (front row, from left) Kristen Evans, four-year letter award; Sarah Hunter, team most valuable player, four-year letter…

Sunshine tops FCNB in softball

Sunshine Insurance downed the First Citizens National Bank, 18-8, in slowpitch softball action Monday. Offensively for FCNB: Kayla Gualt, 3 singles, 1 run; Kaylee McGraw, 1 run; Audrey Swavel, single,…

Safety Blotter: June 17, 2014

Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office A Marion woman reported receiving harassing messages from a friend May 25. The dispute was caused by allegedly stolen property. The complainant was advised to not…

USEVSD retirees include teachers, staff

USEVSD retirees include teachers, staff

Four Upper Sandusky teachers have called it a career and two principals will join them at the end of the month. Together, they have 206.5 years of education experience. East…

City council OKs adjusted contract for police cruisers

Upper Sandusky City Council approved an emergency measure Monday evening to amend an ordinance that approved a three-year lease for three police cruisers. City auditor Mark Droll sent a letter…

Solar farm to be built in Carey

CAREY — The village of Carey expects construction of a 2-megawatt solar farm will begin this year, Mayor Steve Smalley announced at Monday’s council meeting. Village administrator Roy Johnson spoke…

Wynford BOE updated on Project MORE

The Wynford Board of Education heard an update Monday on Project MORE, a reading program to help students learn. School psychologist Sarah Maurizi explained MORE stands for Mentoring in Ohio…