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Russell Kear Jr.

Russell Kear Jr.

Russell H. Kear Jr., of The Villages, Fla., and formerly of Findlay, died Saturday, May 3, 2014, in the emergency room of Villages Regional Hospital. He was 75. Born Aug.…

Patsy Smith

Patsy Smith

Patsy Lee Smith, of Forest, died at 9:40 a.m. Tuesday, May 6, 2014, at her residence. She was 69. Born July 1, 1944 in Bucyrus, she was a daughter of…

Tiffin man sentenced for murder

Tiffin man sentenced for murder

A Tiffin man will serve two life sentences without the possibility of parole after an additional six years in prison for the murder of two people at the Carey Conservation…

‘Kiddie Carnival’ flavor of fun fair

‘Kiddie Carnival’ flavor of fun fair

The 14th annual Wyandot County Family Fun Fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church, Upper Sandusky, with a variety of…

Commissioner gets approval for appointed job in election win

Incumbent Ron Metzger will serve his first four-year term as Wyandot County commissioner after winning Tuesday’s election by a substantial margin. Metzger won nearly 50 percent of the votes and…

Mohawk renewal levy gets yes nod

SYCAMORE — Voters in the Mohawk Local School District approved a 1 percent income tax renewal during Tuesday’s election by a margin of 586-424, according to unofficial election results from…

Carey tax passes

CAREY — Carey Exempted Village School District’s 1 percent income tax renewal passed Tuesday by a margin of 333-246, according to unofficial election results from the boards of election in…

Carey FFA members compete at state level public speaking contest

Carey FFA members compete at state level public speaking contest

CAREY — Two Carey FFA members recently competed at the state FFA public speaking competition. Carley Coppler represented the chapter in the creed-speaking event, which requires members to present the…

Fundraiser

Fundraiser

Members of the Wyandot Power and Pride 4-H club set up outside businesses in downtown Upper Sandusky on Saturday for a sale to raise funds for a variety of activities,…

Tea party

Tea party

Bonnie Depinet (right) helps girls bejewel and bedazzle a craft at a recent tea party hosted by the Mohawk Community Library. Thirty-six girls from around the area attended.…