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Ohio senator reminds residents of Tax Day

Ohio senator reminds residents of Tax Day

WASHINGTON — With less than a month until Tax Day, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, of Ohio, is alerting Ohioans to free tax preparation services and critical, but often unclaimed, tax…

200 attend ladies’ night out in Upper

200 attend ladies’ night out in Upper

Hundreds of women from across the region took part in a “ladies’ night out” event in Upper Sandusky on Thursday. The event was put on by Ag Credit and Country…

Regional planning board amends subdivision regs.

The Wyandot County Regional Planning Commission met Thursday in the Wyandot County Courthouse and adopted amendments to the county’s subdivision regulations. The purpose of the amendments is to more closely…

County law library receives credit, grant

The past few months have come with good fortune for the Wyandot County Law Library Resource Board, which announced during a Thursday meeting it has received a credit and grant…

Disabilities board member announces resignation

Disabilities board member announces resignation

The Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities soon will have a vacancy. Board member Judy Snyder announced her resignation during a meeting Thursday night. Snyder has served on the board…

Carey man gets 11 months for scrap metal theft

Carey man gets 11 months for scrap metal theft

A Carey man was sentenced to 11 months in prison for breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony, in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Thursday. Gerald W. Heffelfinger Sr., 49,…

County nursing, rehab facility unveils renovations

County nursing, rehab facility unveils renovations

Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center recently unveiled renovations to several community and private areas. This is the second phase of ongoing renovations at the facility, which is located…

R’dale BOE OKs its agenda items

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Local School District Board of Education received monthly reports and approved action items at its regular meeting Monday evening. In his technology report, John DeMotte…

Upper library to seek renewal levy in November

The Upper Sandusky Community Library will ask voters to pass a renewal levy in November. The library’s board of trustees on Tuesday afternoon passed a motion to move forward with…

Upper teen was a passenger in car that crashed into house in Kenton

KENTON — Two people were hospitalized after a vehicle overturned and struck the side of a house at 535 E. Columbus St., Kenton, on Monday afternoon. According to a report…