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Letter to Daily Chief readers

The Daily Chief-Union has received several phone calls about articles detailing allegations of misconduct against Upper Sandusky Middle School Assistant Principal Mike Walton. It is DC-U policy to run information…

County officials hold second public hearing to discuss courthouse rehab

County officials hold second public hearing to discuss courthouse rehab

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners held a second public meeting Thursday at the former Stephan Lumber Company in Upper Sandusky to illustrate the need and discuss a plan to…

Museum hosts county murders presentation

Museum hosts county murders presentation

About 40 people turned out for a new program sponsored by the Wyandot County Historical Society called Thursday Evenings at the Museum. The series began with a lecture on Wyandot…

Kent, Kocher top Wynford ’13 class

Kent, Kocher top Wynford ’13 class

BUCYRUS — Zoe Kent, a daughter of Susan and Mickey Kent, of Nevada, is the valedictorian of the Wynford High School class of 2013. Kent has a 4.13 grade-point average…

WyBDD approves employee salary increase

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities on Thursday night approved its annual salary and wage ordinance that included a pay increase for employees. The resolution includes a 1-percent pay…

Knowledge Rocks! helps 28 students

Knowledge Rocks! helps 28 students

The Knowledge Rocks! tutoring program offered through a partnership between Open Door Resource Center and Upper Sandusky Exempted Village Schools held its year-end pizza party Wednesday to celebrate a successful…

Krupp, Lersch top Mohawk HS class of ’13

Krupp, Lersch top Mohawk HS class of ’13

SYCAMORE — “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe.” That is the motto of the Mohawk High School class…

Carey officials address Vance St. traffic jams

CAREY — Several Carey residents have contacted the mayor recently with concerns about the frequent clogging of traffic on a main road in the village due to a local business’…

Traffic stop yields hundreds of illegal pills

A Marion woman is being charged with two counts of aggravated possession of schedule-II drugs after a traffic stop at about 11:24 p.m. Wednesday. Courtney M. Brooker will face second-…

USHS students receive awards

USHS students receive awards

Upper Sandusky High School held its honors program Monday evening. Scholarships and winners were: Academic Boosters, Allie Smith and Sierra Miller; Alpha Chapter Usando, Taylor Clark and Megan Pasco; Alpha…