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Groups warn about heat-related illness

Groups warn about heat-related illness

Cramps, exhaustion, stroke and even death caused by heat are dangers the public faces every summer as the temperatures rise and heat becomes extreme. The National Weather Service website says…

Riverdale BOE discuesses testing issues

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Board of Education discussed some of the issues surrounding online testing at its regular meeting Monday evening. According to high school principal Dan Evans, the…

Three finalists to vie for courthouse restoration project

Three companies are on a short list to win a contract on the construction facet of the restoration project at the Wyandot County Courthouse. The three construction firms, Midstate Contractors,…

Fogging set in city of Upper

The city of Upper Sandusky will be fogging mosquitoes on Wednesday or Thursday nights during the summer months when needed and if weather conditions permit. Fogging will begin at 11…

Safety carnival

Safety carnival

Kelly Woodruff (left), an Upper Sandusky Walmart merchandise supervisor for electronics and toys, helps 2-year-old Kaydence Webb with a ring toss game Saturday during the third annual safety carnival. The…

Upper man arrested for trafficking in heroin

A rural Upper Sandusky man has been charged with one count of trafficking in heroin in the vicinity of a juvenile after a three-week investigation by the Wyandot County Sheriff’s…

Area veterans treated to memorable ‘Honor Flight’

Area veterans treated to memorable ‘Honor Flight’

Local veterans were escorted to Washington, D.C., to view memorials by the Flag City Honor Flight, Findlay, on June 3. Local veterans were escorted by Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and…

Flying kites

Flying kites

Bill Howe (center), of Kenton, flies a kite with his son, Cameron Howe (left), 6, at Harrison Smith Park on Thursday. In the background are (right) Bill Howe’s fiancée, Cindy…

Mohawk moves forward with projects

SYCAMORE — Revenue increases and conservative fiscal practice have allowed Mohawk Local Schools to open the pocketbooks to continue retaining and attracting students. Mohawk Superintendent Ken Ratliff said the increases…

Angeline board approves contracts

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities approved its 2014-15 program services contract renewals and summer speech therapy services during a regular meeting Thursday evening. Included in the contract renewals…