Carey Fest fun continued Friday.
Lincoln Ekleberry, 4, finished 1,000 books before kindergarten as part of the Mohawk Community Library's project.
McKain Miller (left) narrowly beats a throw to Dani Berardinelli-Clark at first base during the Carey Fest co-ed softball game Thursday at Waterworks Park. Daily Chief-Union/Avery T. Jennings
George Solander (from left), Jeff Amos, Randy Barth and Jon Hufford won the annual Senior Golf Classic among 12 competing teams in the 18-hole tournament at Lincoln Hills Golf Club. Submitted photo
Carey kicked off its 2017 festival on Thursday.
Greg Lonsway is the new administrator of Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation.
Wyandot County Commissioners introduced Lonsway on Thursday at the facility. He officially starts Aug. 7.
In a press release, Lonsway says he “looks forward to establishing strong relationships with residents, families, staff, volunteers, commissioners and folks living and working in and around Upper Sandusky.”
A construction crew works on the recreation area at the Wyandot County Jail this morning. The blacktop court is being replaced with cement, and new fencing will be added to improve security, Lt. Todd Frey said.
The Riverdale cheerleading teams recently all took first place at the Seneca County Fair.
In Auglaize County, the Falcons combined to win the spirit award, and the minis, midgets and small varsity teams all took first place, while the junior high team finished second.
The Upper Sandusky girls soccer team began its season with a midnight scrimmage and campout early Tuesday morning at the high school soccer fields.
Megan Hensel scored an extra-time goal to complete a hat trick and give Glowsticks a 6-5 victory against Glowpaint.
The Forest Tree Town Festival 3-on-3 basketball winners in the open division were (from left) Dre White, Kahrong White, Dakota Prichard and Quauon Johnson. Submitted photo
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Slips, trips and falls are the No. 2 cause of workplace fatality.
In many instances, death or significant injury can be avoided with proper equipment inspection.
Richard Vaccaro of Guardian Fall Protection addressed local workplace supervisors and demonstrated proper harness use at a Wyandot Safety Council meeting Thursday at Harrison Smith Park.
Upper Sandusky and the rest of America will experience a total eclipse for the first time in 26 years Monday.
A partial eclipse will begin at 1:04 p.m., reaching its peak at 2:30 p.m. and ending at 3:52 p.m.
Upper Sandusky optometrist Dr. Kip Newell urges spectators to be cautious.
MOUNT BLANCHARD — The village of Mount Blanchard will travel back to the early 1900s during the annual Heritage Days Festival on Saturday.
There will be antique cars, tractors, small engines, antique bicycles and vendor booths along Main Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m