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Local first responders complete water rescue training

Local first responders complete water rescue training

They go to work every day, ready to save lives on land. Now, they are trained to do it on water. Upper Sandusky recently formed a water rescue team. The…

Going to Washington

Going to Washington

Local veteran and author Lew Gottfried (left) answers questions Friday posed by Priscilla Rall, a volunteer with the Veterans’ History Project of the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Gottfried’s ninth…

Attendance problems continue for Wharton Council members

WHARTON — With three council members present, Wharton Village Council handled a variety of business Thursday evening during a meeting of council, which was postponed from Monday due to a…

Wyandot Co. Historical Society hosts junior historian day camp

Wyandot Co. Historical Society hosts junior historian day camp

Several area children have spent the past three days learning about a variety of historical topics at the annual Wyandot County Historical Society’s junior historian day camp. Between five and…

Highway Patrol announces new county sub-post

CAREY — The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced Wednesday it has opened a sub-post in Wyandot County to better serve motorists and residents in the area. The Bucyrus post of…

Health Dept. officials approve nursing position for new programs

The Wyandot County General Health District Board of Health on Wednesday approved the hire of a part-time registered nurse to supervise the Help Me Grow home visiting program and implement…

Motion hearing continued to July in burglary case

Motion hearing continued to July in burglary case

A motion hearing has been continued in the case of a Carey man who was found guilty of aggravated burglary by a 12-person jury in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court…

Media gets inside look at deteriorating Wyandot County Courthouse building

Media gets inside look at deteriorating Wyandot County Courthouse building

Buckets can be found strewn among the attic of the Wyandot County Courthouse to catch water leaking through seams at the top of the edifice, an issue that only has…

Upper City Council OKs 1st reading of electricity savings program legislation

After months of talks and listening to presentations from representatives from companies that say they can save residents money on their monthly electricity bills, Upper Sandusky City Council on Monday…

Renovations in store for Carey village properties

CAREY — Multiple renovations are scheduled for the coming months in the village of Carey, Mayor Steven Smalley announced at Monday’s council meeting. Bids have been accepted for projects at…