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Health dept. warns of tick season

With spring turkey season underway and mushroom season just around the corner, local sportsmen and women are being reminded to protect themselves from ticks when in the woods, according to…

Union second-graders learn lifelong lesson in ‘how to change the world’

Union second-graders learn lifelong lesson in ‘how to change the world’

An Upper Sandusky second-grade teacher is hoping a recent lesson will have a lasting impact on her students. The kids’ takeaway is simple. In their words, “anyone” can change the…

Committee to form to address traffic congestion near Upper’s Union School

At a loss for what to do about traffic congestion near Union School at pick-up and drop-off times every school day, the Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District plans to…

Mennco Grain GM announces plan to add two tanks at Nevada site

NEVADA — Mennco Grain general manager Jack Heim told Nevada Council during Monday’s meeting the company soon will start a project to add two tanks at its 105 S. Main…

Carey BOE approves drug testing for 2014-15 school year

CAREY — The Carey Exempted Village Schools Board of Education unanimously passed a measure to implement drug testing next school year at Monday’s regular meeting. Drug tests will be administered…

Liberty Freedom Center relocates

Liberty Freedom Center relocates

An Ohio Benefit Bank site in Upper Sandusky hosted a grand reopening Saturday at its new location at Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church. Liberty Freedom Center has offered assistance for…

Artists display creations in new Perfect Piece show

Artists display creations in new Perfect Piece show

Two local artists had a vision that became reality Saturday during the first Perfect Piece art show and sale Saturday at the Shawshank Redemption Museum on South Eighth Street in…

Donations to food pantry go farther

Donations to Family Freedom Center during the month of April will go especially far, as volunteers located a foundation grant online that will match funds. Family Freedom Center is a…

Worker falls 17.6 feet to concrete floor

CAREY — A worker fell nearly 18 feet from a catwalk to concrete below while installing a new grain bin at Kalmbach Feeds on Friday afternoon, but was “conscious and…

Indian Mill Drive to reopen after project completion

Indian Mill Drive to reopen after project completion

Although there were no cheers Friday as city officials and residents gathered at the construction site for the Indian Mill Drive slope stabilization project, there were balloons and some residents…

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