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County officials to commemorate Child Abuse Prevention Month

Wyandot County is gearing up for Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month in April with three events planned to spread awareness about the issue. On Thursday, the Wyandot County Board…

Upper Sandusky church organizes Habitat for Humanity home build

Upper Sandusky church organizes Habitat for Humanity home build

Hundreds of volunteers soon will come together in Upper Sandusky to “Help Build Hope” for two Louisiana families in need. Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church is partnering with the Help…

Carey man gets maximum sentence for sex crime

Carey man gets maximum sentence for sex crime

A Carey man was sentenced Tuesday morning to the maximum five years in prison for sex crimes against an 11-year-old boy. According to court documents, Christopher L. Conley, 46, of…

Kenton man pleads guilty to robbery

Kenton man pleads guilty to robbery

A Kenton man on Tuesday afternoon pleaded guilty to robbing Willson’s Grocery at gunpoint. Wyandot County Common Pleas Court Judge Kate Aubry sentenced 32-year-old Casey Shoop to the maximum eight…

Wynford BOE approves reduction in force provisions

BUCYRUS — The Wynford Local School District Board of Education on Monday unanimously approved reduction in force provisions for certified and classified staff for the next school year, as provided…

Outhouses, wells at center of Ohio Amish evictions

KENTON (AP) — Amish from northwest Ohio are promising to turn out in force this week for a meeting of a county health board seeking to evict two families from…

County skilled nursing facility holds second annual chili cook-off

County skilled nursing facility holds second annual chili cook-off

Ten entrants took part in this year’s Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center chili cook-off Saturday, and the nursing facility was well represented. The Red Hot Chili Mamas, a…

Report: Communicable diseases in county decrease slightly

The number of communicable disease cases in Wyandot County during 2012 slightly decreased from the year before after a large increase between 2010 and 2011, a local epidemilogist reported at…

Mohawk students Fuel Up in exercise program

Mohawk students Fuel Up in exercise program

SYCAMORE — Hundreds of little feet pitter-patter through Mohawk School as children laugh and joke with their friends, but no one will be reprimanded. On the contrary, these children are…

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…