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Ohio State football, basketball similarities abound

The close of Ohio State’s football season was heart-wrenching — the buildup, the letdown, the wondering what might have been. Basketball was to be an outlet through which Buckeye Nation…

Hardin County splits past Angeline

KENTON — The Angeline varsity basketball team dropped a back-and-forth battle, 61-59, against the Hardin County Pioneers on Tuesday night. Tyler Cooper paced the Indians with 19 points, while Tyler…

Upper junior high teams win

The Upper Sandusky Middle School seventh grade boys basketball team downed Crestline, 51-23, on Tuesday. Ben Sheaffer led all scorers with 17 points, Levi Malone had 12 and Trevor Clifford…

Safety Blotter: January 16, 2014

Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office Warren L. Johnson, Lewis Center, was transported from the Ross Correctional Institute, Chillicothe, to Wyandot County Common Pleas Court the morning of Dec. 5 for a…

Students recognize flight during 110th anniversary

Students recognize flight during 110th anniversary

BUCYRUS — Wynford High School students in Lee Rowlinson’s integrated sciene class recently celebrated the 110th anniversary of the Wright brothers’ first successful powered flight. The date of the Wrights’…

Flu activity spreads throughout the state

Influenza activity is widespread across the state of Ohio and local health officials are reminding area residents they can get flu shots at a variety of locations. During a regular…

Recent scam reported involves fake FBI call

A Crawford County consumer recently reported an attempted scam to the Better Business Bureau of Northwestern Ohio and Southeastern Michigan after she received a call from an alleged FBI officer…

Econ development sets new attendance record in first meeting of year

CAREY — The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development held its first meeting of the year Monday in the Vaughn Industries training room. The meeting was the organization’s most well-attended…

Sycamore Council meetings to be broadcast by STC

Sycamore Telephone Company representative Rick Ekleberry visited village council on Tuesday to request approval to videotape council’s meetings for a public information television channel offered by the STC. Councilwoman Dawn…

Mohawk BOE approves agenda items

The Mohawk Board of Education appointed Duane Coldiron president and Beth Margraf vice president for 2014 at Monday’s organizational meeting. Margraf presided over the meeting. The board approved a resolution…