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Commissioners award contract for bridge repair

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners have awarded a contract to a company in Cambridge to replace a bridge on CH 71 in Jackson Township. U.S. Bridge submitted the lowest…

Former Boy Scout leader convicted of raping boys

Former Boy Scout leader convicted of raping boys

A nearly 30-year leader of a Sycamore Boy Scout troop was found guilty by a 12-person jury Wednesday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court of raping two boys and having…

St. Peter’s School rolls out new security system

St. Peter’s School rolls out new security system

St. Peter’s School students resumed classes Wednesday with a new security system in place. The system includes security cameras, intercoms and buzzers at entrances. “People will have to be buzzed…

Mohawk school bus evacuated after student, 17, allegedly makes threats

SYCAMORE — A 17-year-old Mohawk School student was forcibly taken into custody by law enforcement officials on the first day of school Wednesday and students were evacuated from a bus…

Carey BOE: State funds approved for new building

CAREY — Carey Exempted Village Schools received a certificate of conditional approval for state funds that will cover the majority of the costs to construct a new school building. The…

Wharton Council receives update on big tile project

WHARTON — Wharton officials discussed a possible tile replacement project during their regular council meeting Tuesday evening. Mayor Steve Koehler reported Poggemeyer Design Group representative Tom Stalter looked at pictures…

Wynford recycling program expands with 2 new bins for athletic complex

Wynford recycling program expands with 2 new bins for athletic complex

BUCYRUS — When Royals supporters attend the first Wynford home football game Sept. 6, they will have an opportunity to see the school district’s recycling program in action. Wynford Local…

Upper Council approves Andersons deal

It’s a done deal. The Andersons Inc. is opening a new facility in Upper Sandusky. Upper Sandusky City Council on Monday night passed an emergency ordinance to approve the company’s…

USEVS officials discuss concerns

The state has left districts with a lot of questions as the school year is set to begin. Upper Sandusky Exempted Village Schools Superintendent Mike Eaglowski said at Monday night’s…

Carey Village Council approves sale of land on CH 96

CAREY — Carey Council passed an emergency ordinance Monday approving the sale of real estate on CH 96 that is owned by the village. The .85 acre of land is…