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Worker severely hurt during fall at Bridgestone

An unidentified man was severely injured when he fell while working at Bridgestone on Thursday afternoon. According to an Upper Sandusky Police Department report, officers were dispatched to the business…

Village employees unearth major water system problems in Forest

FOREST — A water leak unearthed other problems with the system recently in Forest. Village Administrator Bob Bristoll told council Thursday what should have been a routine repair resulted in…

Save-A-Lot opens to shoppers

Save-A-Lot opens to shoppers

Hundreds of shoppers flocked to the grand opening of the new Save-A-Lot store in Upper Sandusky on Wednesday. “The customers have been absolutely great. I haven’t had an opening like…

Upper man faces jail time for 5th OVI

Upper man faces jail time for 5th OVI

An Upper Sandusky man pleaded guilty to felony operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday morning. Matthew W. Stansbery, 36, admitted…

Upper Sandusky man pleads guilty to felony drug charges

Upper Sandusky man pleads guilty to felony drug charges

An Upper Sandusky man pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated trafficking in drugs during a hearing Wednesday afternoon in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court. The indictment alleges Alex C. Tate, 31,…

Sycamore council approves water plant contract

SYCAMORE — Sycamore Village Council met in special session Wednesday night, when council members approved a contract for construction of a new water treatment plant. Council members unanimously approved a…

Mothers, children take part in WIC’s 4th annual baby fair

Mothers, children take part in WIC’s 4th annual baby fair

Dozens of mothers and their children took part in the fourth annual baby fair put on by the Wyandot County Women, Infants and Children program Tuesday morning at Stepping Stones…

Salvation Army, Youth Commission hosting park event

The Wyandot County Youth Commission and Salvation Army will team up to host a free day of swimming, food, games and a school supply giveaway Friday at Harrison Smith Park…

Marseilles festival raises $1,500

MARSEILLES — Marseilles Village Council met in regular session Tuesday with Mayor Rick Arnold, Clerk-treasurer Barbara Arnold and council members Henry Hensel, John Kennedy, Charlotte Leeth, Uhl Hensel, Kenneth Arnold…

Open Door Resource Center serving free weekly lunches

Open Door Resource Center serving free weekly lunches

Open Door Resource Center has been assisting Wyandot County families in need of financial help through classes and referrals for services since its inception in February 2010. The Upper Sandusky…