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Wyandot SWCD celebrates 65 years of existence

Wyandot SWCD celebrates 65 years of existence

Wyandot Soil and Water Conservation District celebrated its 65th year Saturday with a bike tour that included stops at several completed projects throughout Wyandot County. Nineteen cyclists waited out the…

Upper man’s legacy lives on through work of nonprofit agency

Upper man’s legacy lives on through work of nonprofit agency

The late Frank Shuleski dedicated his life to helping children. Although he never had children of his own, Shuleski was a devoted Boy Scout leader and worked as an elementary…

Former Boy Scout leader sentenced to 25 years to life for rape of 12-year-olds

Former Boy Scout leader sentenced to 25 years to life for rape of 12-year-olds

A Sycamore Boy Scout troop leader who was found guilty in August of two counts of rape and one count of gross sexual imposition was sentenced to 25 years to…

Businesses make pitches for courthouse rehab project

Garmann Miller Architects and Engineers representatives met with the Wyandot County Board of Commissioners on Thursday to discuss a courthouse restoration project the commissioners are seeking to fund through a…

Children killed in Ohio trailer fire laid to rest

Children killed in Ohio trailer fire laid to rest

TIFFIN (AP) — A mother who lost her five children and boyfriend in a mobile home fire described the youngsters with a single word: smiley, a minister said Thursday. Anna…

Jackson Township unveils new ‘RESCUE 35′ emergency vehicle

Jackson Township unveils new ‘RESCUE 35′ emergency vehicle

FOREST — Jackson Township recently took delivery of a 2013 heavy rescue vehicle on behalf of the Forest Fire Department with Jackson-Forest Ambulance District. The new vehicle consists of an…

St. Peter’s School announces new staff members, roles for ’13-14 school year

St. Peter’s School announces new staff members, roles for ’13-14 school year

With a new school year underway, St. Peter’s School has welcomed new faces to its staff, while others have changed roles at the Upper Sandusky school that is home to…

County health board approves grant apps

The Wyandot County General Health District board approved grant applications for several programs during its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon. Wyandot County Health Department Director of Nursing Darlene Steward said she…

Police say Upper man, 25, died of apparent suicide

A 25-year-old Upper Sandusky man died Wednesday as a result of a suicide. Matthew Williams died at a residence in the 600 block of South Sandusky Avenue, Upper Sandusky police…

Two injured in Pitt Twp. crash

Two people were transported to hospitals Tuesday evening after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of U.S. 23 and Ohio 294 in Pitt Township. Elaine S. Brown, 51, of Marion,…