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Upper man cited after injury crash

An Upper Sandusky man was cited for failure to yield after a two-car injury accident sent four people to an area hospital on Friday afternoon. According to a report by…

Red Cross helps Sycamore Family after house fire

The American Red Cross of Wyandot County is assisting a Sycamore family with food and clothing after a fire in their home Friday morning. According to a news release from…

Engineer’s office employee wins county weight-loss challenge

Engineer’s office employee wins county weight-loss challenge

The winner of the 2013 Wyandot County employees’ weight loss challenge was announced during the county employee health and wellness fair Thursday at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. Lloyd Lundy, a…

Commissioners attend economic development workshop

The Wyandot County commissioners attended a regional economic development workshop Thursday at the Owens Community College Community Education and Wellness Center in Findlay. The title of the workshop was “Developing…

Wharton woman cited after four vehicles crash

FINDLAY — Two women were transported by Hanco Emergency Medical Services to Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay, for minor injuries after a four-vehicle injury accident on U.S. 68 near TR 49…

Upper park board approves War of 1812 memorial

The Upper Sandusky Park Board on Monday night approved the Wyandot Memorial Association’s request to install a new flag pole and plaque commemorating the War of 1812 at Harrison Smith…

Mohawk school board passes resolution to oppose transfer of public school funds

SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Local Schools Board of Education on Monday evening unanimously passed a resolution to oppose any legislation that seeks to transfer public dollars to support private education,…

USHS secretary takes on simulated disability to help raise awareness

USHS secretary takes on simulated disability to help raise awareness

In less than 30 minutes in a wheelchair Friday, Upper Sandusky High School secretary Julia Massara saw first-hand what environmental obstacles people with disabilities may face in their everyday lives.…

Connections that last

Connections that last

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Angeline School and Industries’ mission statement is “working in partnership with Wyandot County citizens with developmental disabilities, their loved ones and our community to…

Brown lays out 3-point plan aimed at cutting deficit, prescription drug costs

Brown lays out 3-point plan aimed at cutting deficit, prescription drug costs

U.S Senator Sherrod Brown held a conference call with members of the media Wednesday afternoon to outline a plan he says would reduce the federal deficit while lowering prescription drug…