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HHWP CAC announces Head Start changes

The Hardin Hancock Wyandot Putnam Community Action Commission has announced changes to its registration dates, as all classrooms must be full before enrollment staff leave in June, according to a…

Farmers to conduct on-farm research

Farmers to conduct on-farm research

SYCAMORE — Area farmers are being offered a unique opportunity to help monitor and demonstrate the most effective best management practices for holding phosphorus in place in continuing efforts to…

Sycamore officials consider community block watch group

SYCAMORE — Sycamore village officials are looking into the possibility of starting a community block watch after announcing the village does not have the funds to hire a part-time police…

Commissioners work on renovation regarding criteria architect services

The Wyandot County Board of Commissioners is in negotiations with Schooley Caldwell Associates regarding criteria architect services. Schooley Caldwell has submitted a proposal, entailing a breakdown of services it would…

Riverdale board looks to update soccer field lights

MOUNT BLANCHARD — When high school soccer season rolls around this fall, there may be a different look at the night games for Riverdale Schools. The district is looking into…

Mental health board looks to county for proposals for program funding

The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties hosted a luncheon at We Luv Yogurt in Upper Sandusky on Monday to invite county entities to…

No injuries in truck crash

No injuries were reported in a rollover semitrailer accident at the intersection of Ohio 53 and CH 4 in Crane Township on Monday afternoon. The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office responded…

Woman allegedly texting while driving in injury crash

A rural Upper Sandusky woman was transported by Upper Sandusky Emergency Medical Services to Wyandot Memorial Hospital on Friday morning after a single-vehicle accident on CH 110 north of Ohio…

Upper woman doesn’t let her disease ‘define her’

Upper woman doesn’t let her disease ‘define her’

Many teachable moments have arisen for Janice Woods since her diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease in 2011, but the local businesswoman is not letting the diagnosis define her. At the same…

Marion man sentenced for heroin trafficking

Marion man sentenced for heroin trafficking

A Marion man was sentenced Wednesday to a six-year prison term for trafficking in heroin in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court. Austin J. Hogan, 19, was arrested Oct. 30 following…