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Jury finds Carey man guilty in aggravated burglary case

Jury finds Carey man guilty in aggravated burglary case

A Carey man was found guilty Wednesday of aggravated burglary after a two-day jury trial in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court. After almost four hours of deliberations, the 12-person jury…

Equine Rescue to host practical horsemanship training clinic

Equine Rescue to host practical horsemanship training clinic

CAREY — The Wyandot County Humane Society’s Equine Rescue will hold its 11th practical horsemanship clinic Saturday with a Monty Roberts-certified instructor. Hannah Campbell Zapletal, of Georgia, studied under Roberts,…

Comedy show to benefit Wyandot Co. Relay for Life

Comedy show to benefit Wyandot Co. Relay for Life

Organizers are calling the event Comedy for a Cause. The cause is Wyandot County Relay For Life. Comedy for a Cause will be held at 5:30 p.m. May 11 at…

Nevada official reports theft of water service

NEVADA — An employee of the village of Nevada reported a theft of public utilities Tuesday afternoon to the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office and charges may be pending, according to…

Motorcycle crash claims life of Carey man

FINDLAY — An investigation continues into a fatal motorcycle accident that claimed the life of a Carey man early Sunday morning. Timothy E. Moore Jr., 25, died at the scene…

Boots and Badges event to honor first responders, raise funds for Red Cross

Boots and Badges event to honor first responders, raise funds for Red Cross

CAREY — The American Red Cross of Wyandot County is planning a party to celebrate local first responders and raise funds for Red Cross services. “Boots and Badges: A Rockin’…

Wyandot SWCD celebrates soil, water stewardship

Wyandot Soil and Water Conservation District is joining other agencies to celebrate the 58th year of Soil and Water Stewardship Week, which ends Sunday. The theme of this year’s stewardship…

Upper woman graduates from OH Highway Patrol academy

Upper woman graduates from OH Highway Patrol academy

COLUMBUS — Sarah J. Frey, of Upper Sandusky, was one of 63 cadets who recently graduated in the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 154th academy class. According to a news release…

Sell-out crowd takes in Taste, Toast and Tunes

Sell-out crowd takes in Taste, Toast and Tunes

Hundreds of people tasted food and wines from several restaurants, listened to live music and danced Saturday night away, all in the name of charity. Fairhaven Community’s fourth annual Taste,…

Family Fun Fair offers free activities for all ages

Family Fun Fair offers free activities for all ages

Hundreds of people received giveaways and took part in demonstrations offered by 22 local businesses and agencies at the 17th annual Family Fun Fair on Saturday morning at Upper Sandusky…