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‘Green space’ abundant in county

‘Green space’ abundant in county

The summer season is a popular time for visiting parks and recreational areas. With busy lives and schedules, however, some people may forget what local Wyandot County parks have to…

2 girls donate to Sycamore Fire

SYCAMORE — Two Sycamore girls have been thanked by each member of village council for their donation of $64.70 to the Sycamore Volunteer Fire Department from sales of bracelets. In…

Cole to fill vacant Carey Council seat

Cole to fill vacant Carey Council seat

CAREY — Carey Council appointed a new member at Monday’s meeting to fill a vacant seat from John Green’s resignation May 31. Melissa Cole, an athletic trainer at Carey High…

Portion of Hazel Street to be one-way

City officials voted unanimously Monday to make North Hazel Street between West Wyandot Avenue and West Finley Street one-way northbound during a regular meeting of Upper Sandusky City Council. The…

Co. board opposes EPA water move

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution Monday “strongly opposing” an effort by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers to extend control over addition…

Veterans honored in museum picnic

Veterans honored in museum picnic

Twelve World War II veterans were among approximately 150 visitors at the Wyandot County Museum on Saturday as current and former military personnel were recognized for serving in the U.S.…

Explosion reported near village

The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a reported explosion in the area of CH 71 east of an American Electric Power substation. Patrons of Triangle Motorcycle Club, a motocross…

Star Players honor Reno with tribute

Star Players honor Reno with tribute

The Star Players began its 2014-15 season Friday with the opening night of “Fiddler on the Roof” in front of a sell-out crowd, but before the show could begin, a…

Games and a picnic

Games and a picnic

Area senior citizens gathered Friday for the annual picnic at Harrison Smith Park sponsored by the Wyandot County Council on Aging. The event included games, a picnic lunch, ice cream…

Officials take conservation tour

Officials take conservation tour

Wyandot Soil and Water Conservation District chauffeured a small group around the county to view several ditches as drainage was the muse during its annual conservation tour Thursday. Congressman Bob…

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