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Sycamore Council approves credit of American Legion’s ballpark bill

SYCAMORE — Sycamore Council voted Tuesday to credit the water and sewer bill for Sycamore American Legion Post No. 225 for those services at the Legion ballpark. Village administrator Chuck…

Fostoria man pleads guilty to cocaine charge

Fostoria man pleads guilty to cocaine charge

A Fostoria man pleaded guilty Tuesday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court to an amended indictment for attempted trafficking in cocaine. Stoney A. Dendinger, 28, admitted to the second-degree felony…

Secretary of State visits county Republicans

Secretary of State visits county Republicans

Ohio’s 53rd secretary of state instilled faith in the principles on which the Republican Party was founded at the Wyandot County Lincoln Dinner on Monday. Jon Husted, who took office…

JFS to recognize child abuse and neglect in April

The Wyandot County Department of Job and Family Services has set a tentative date for recognizing child abuse and neglect prevention month this April. JFS representative Rodney Traxler said the…

Riverdale receives big donations for its soccer program

MOUNT BLANCHARD — With numerous donations received, the potential costs for adding lights to the Riverdale soccer field have been greatly reduced. Social studies teacher and Riverdale boys soccer coach…

Community members learn of drugs in Operation: Street Smart program

Community members learn of drugs in Operation: Street Smart program

All through the first part of a four-hour adult drug education program Saturday, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Shawn Bain wore a bracelet that had been converted into a marijuana…

Lessons from pals: Union third-graders, Fairhaven residents becoming fast friends with letter-writing

Lessons from pals: Union third-graders, Fairhaven residents becoming fast friends with letter-writing

When Union Elementary School third-graders receive letters from their pen pals at Fairhaven Community every four to six weeks, they can hardly contain their excitement. On Tuesday, some of the…

DD board updated on calamity days

Angeline School will be in session through June 5 to make up five calamity days after Ohio legislators agreed to give school districts an additional four calamity days earlier this…

Commissioners announce ag, business funds

New loans and grants are available for rural small businesses and agricultural producers through the United States Department of Agriculture. The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners recently attended a meeting…

Two injured in crash

Two people were injured in a crash in downtown Upper Sandusky on Thursday afternoon, according to a report by the Upper Sandusky Police Department. Alice C. Shaw, 67, and Charles…