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Growing crops

Growing crops

Corn along CH 95 south of Kirby soaks in the morning sunlight. Despite an abundance of rain and flooding during a large part of planting season in May, farmers are beginning to see corn crops grow to noticeable size in Wyandot County.

New beginnings

New beginnings

Wyandot County officials joined staff at the county skilled nursing and rehabilitation center for a new beginnings-themed luncheon Monday at the nursing home on the outskirts of Upper Sandusky.

Mohawk principal leaves office, returns to classroom

SYCAMORE — Mohawk High School now is in need of a new sixth- through 12th-grade principal, following the reassignment of current high school principal Brett Graham at Monday evening’s board of education meeting. After five years of being at the high school helm, Graham requested the move to teach physical science, chemistry and physics.

Upper man found unresponsive in jail after overdose

Emergency medical technicians administered Narcan to revive an Upper Sandusky man who was found unresponsive after a drug overdose while he was being booked into the Wyandot County Jail Sunday night. Charges are pending against Warren J. Hall after he was released early from a one-day sentence for a traffic offense when law enforcement suspected he was reacting to a substance he used before booking.

Two injured in motorcycle crash

Two people were hospitalized with serious injuries after a motorcycle crash on a highway on ramp just west of Upper Sandusky on Monday evening. Dana L. Kincade Jr., Upper Sandusky, was merging onto U.S. 23 South from CH 330 when he swerved to avoid hitting a vehicle in front of him around 7:54 p.m., according to a Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office report.

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