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Council gives go-ahead on abatement

Upper Sandusky City Council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance for a 75-percent tax abatement for real property improvements at 240 Commerce Way during a regular meeting Tuesday evening, giving the…

Home health care provider shows interest for expansion

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners had a conference call with a home health care provider with a preliminary interest in bringing services to the area on Tuesday. Cox Consulting…

Council looks at oversight committee

The city of Upper Sandusky may create a committee of council members to provide oversight for the position of council clerk after council heard the first reading of an ordinance…

City orders salt to battle icy streets

The city of Upper Sandusky has ordered an additional 230 tons of salt for spreading on city streets during wintry weather, street department supervisor Allen Boes reported during Tuesday’s service…

USHS guidance office announces aid events

A financial aid night at Sentinel Career and Technology Center has been rescheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The presenter will be Donna Holubik, dean of student enrollment at Owens State…

Crawford Park District announces salamander, animal tracks programs

CRESTLINE — Crawford Park District will host an Ohio State University program on conservation research and salamanders at 7 p.m. today at Lowe-Volk Park. Lisle Gibbs will begin the program…

Wentling leads Carey

Wentling leads Carey

Upper Sandusky did not have a lot of turnovers Monday night but the ones it did have were costly. The Rams surrendered some easy second-half points to Jared Wentling and…

Mohawk rolls past Seneca East

ATTICA — Julie Adelsperger scored 19 points and Kasey Adelsperger added 17 to lift Mohawk to a 60-34 Midland Athletic League victory against Seneca East on Monday night. Brooke Weinandy…

Safety Blotter: January 21, 2014

Upper Sandusky Police Department Officers responded to a report of a disturbance involving people arguing in the 300 block of West Johnson Street the night of Dec. 2. Contact was…

Family shares thanks with Sycamore Fire and Rescue, appreciates efforts

Family shares thanks with Sycamore Fire and Rescue, appreciates efforts

SYCAMORE — A rural Sycamore couple and their two children visited a regular meeting of Sycamore Fire and Rescue on Monday evening to thank members of the volunteer fire department…