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Upper Sandusky receives national recognition

Upper Sandusky receives national recognition

Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School District has received national recognition for its music education program. The National Association of Music Merchants has named USEVS one of the “Best Communities for…

Nevada woman to be inducted into Ohio Senior Hall of Fame

Nevada woman to be inducted into Ohio Senior Hall of Fame

NEVADA — Hall of Fame pitcher and Cleveland Indians great Bob Feller, U.S. Sen. John Glenn, famed actors Paul Newman and Phyllis Diller and Ohio State University stars Wayne “Woody”…

Thunderstorms cause damage throughout Wyandot County

Thunderstorms cause damage throughout Wyandot County

Mother Nature packed a one-two punch of high winds and hail that knocked down trees and power lines, toppled several barns and tipped over semi-trailers Wednesday afternoon. Power was knocked…

Upper Robotics Club heads to nationals

Upper Robotics Club heads to nationals

On Mondays and Tuesdays at Union Middle School in Upper Sandusky, some students pack their bags at the end of the day and head downstairs. Visitors in the building may…

Brown advocates raise in federal minimum wage with three steps

Brown advocates raise in federal minimum wage with three steps

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown used a weekly conference call with members of the media Wednesday to advocate for new legislation that would raise the federal minimum wage in…

Local AMVETS Career Center closes amidst alleged misuse of funds

Local AMVETS Career Center closes amidst alleged misuse of funds

Upper Sandusky AMVETS Post No. 777 is in hot water with the Ohio Attorney General’s office for alleged misuse of charitable funds regarding a now defunct career center. A settlement…

Firefighters extinguish blaze in shed

WHARTON — The Wharton-Richland Township Fire Department responded to a report of a shed fire early Wednesday morning at 16572 TH 45, Wharton, according to a report by the Wyandot…

Marseilles Council: One seat still vacant

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 and Cheryl…

Sycamore plagued by break-ins

SYCAMORE — Village officials are warning Sycamore residents to lock up after a recent rash of break-ins. Sycamore Police Chief Richard Blankenship said he has received three reports of break-ins…

Fire destroys grain facility

Fire destroys grain facility

An Upper Sandusky firefighter was treated at Wyandot Memorial Hospital for dehydration and heat exhaustion after a Monday morning fire to which five county fire departments responded. Upper Sandusky firefighter…