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Generator purchased for Harpster area shelter

HARPSTER — A generator for the Harpster Community Center has been purchased with a grant, village council members heard during a regular meeting Tuesday. Wyandot County Health Department Environmental Health…

Crowd gathers at Riverdale BOE to voice concerns

Crowd gathers at Riverdale BOE to voice concerns

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale School Board President John Livingston said at Monday night’s regular meeting that the board is taking the proper legal steps regarding last week’s events surrounding a…

Documents shed light on suspended teacher’s actions

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Documents released by Riverdale Local Schools are shedding more light on a recent incident after a teacher was caught on camera aggressively grabbing a kindergarten student. Documents…

Fairhaven residents moving back to renovated rooms today

Fairhaven residents moving back to renovated rooms today

The first sequence of renovations at Fairhaven Community in Upper Sandusky was completed last week, and residents are scheduled to move back into their rooms today. Eleven rooms have been…

Upper Sandusky City Council OKs fire truck purchase

The city of Upper Sandusky will begin to upgrade its fleet of fire trucks after council unanimously approved the purchase of a new vehicle during a regular meeting Monday. Council…

Municipal court donates vehicle to city

The Upper Sandusky service committee has accepted a used vehicle from the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court. Aaron Putnam, the wastewater treatment plant supervisor, announced he had been in contact with…

Upper BOE: Math changes to be costly

Instituting common core math concepts not only will be expensive but complicated, Upper Sandusky Exempted Village School officials said at Monday night’s meetings. The board voted to buy elementary textbooks…

Mohawk SB hears 5-year forecast after levy passes

SYCAMORE — Treasurer Roy Swartz presented the five-year forecast at the monthly meeting of the Mohawk Local School Board of Education meeting Monday, and plans were laid out for the…

Paving set to begin soon on Carey streets

CAREY — Carey Council passed an emergency ordinance to authorize village administrator Roy Johnson to advertise for and accept bids for road paving this summer. Several roads will be paved…

WyCoBDD OKs 2 percent wage increase for staff at Angeline

Angeline School and Industries staff will receive a 2 percent raise plus an additional 1 percent merit raise for eligible staff members after the Wyandot County Board of Developmental Disabilities…