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Riverdale BOE names new superintendent

Jeff Young

MOUNT BLANCHARD — With the retirement of Superintendent Eric Hoffman less than five months away, the Riverdale Board of Education selected a familiar face as the district’s next leader. At a special meeting Wednesday afternoon, the board approved a three-year contract for current K-12 Assistant Principal Jeff Young to become Riverdale superintendent, effective Aug. 1. His salary will be $92,500 per year.

Carey releases village’s annual public works report

CAREY — Carey Public Works Director Brian Spencer has released his 2016 report. Spencer’s report was not included in Carey’s annual report released earlier this year after he suffered a broken ankle late last year. He still is not working while recovering from surgery. Carey Public Works saw the departure of two employees and welcomed new employees Robert Breitagam and Brian Morgan last year, Spencer wrote.

Brown pushes bill to expand support for vet caregivers

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) touted bipartisan legislation that would expand support for veterans’ caregivers during a conference call with Ohio media Wednesday afternoon. The Military and Veteran Caregiver Services Improvement Act would make resources like child care, financial assistance and legal counseling available to eligible family members or loved ones who care for veterans. The bill also would allow …

Safety Blotter: March 16, 2017

Michala D. Williams, New Riegel, was cited for failure to yield after a crash at the intersection of TH 124 and CH 44 the afternoon of March 5. Wyandot County Emergency Medical Services transported Williams, her 2-year-old passenger and the other juvenile motorist to Wyandot Memorial Hospital.

Marseilles council talks trash, chicken BBQ, park mowing

MARSEILLES — Marseilles Village Council met in regular session Tuesday and Mayor Rick Arnold, Clerk-treasurer Barbara Arnold, Kenneth Arnold, Brad Hensel, Uhl Hensel, John Kennedy and Charlotte Leeth were present. Mayor Rick Arnold called the meeting to order and the minutes from the last meeting were read and approved.



Ali Hakim (left), played by Brett Bianchi, is caught being a little too close to his new love interest, Ado Annie, by her father, Andrew Carnes (left), played by Joey Verdugo in Upper Sandusky High School’s rehearsal of “Oklahoma.” Show dates are 7:30 p.m. March 22-25 and 2:30 p.m. March 26. Tickets are $8 and may be reserved by calling …


CLC St. Peter donation

The Catholic Ladies of Columbia recently donated $1,628 to St. Peter School from proceeds of a bake sale the group hosted during Catholic Schools Week. The money will be used to replace carpeting in two classrooms during the summer.

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