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Health department COVID-19 update

April 7, 2020 Wyandot County Public Health COVID-19 Update:   As of 8:30 a.m. today, there are five confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wyandot County. Do not rely on the number of positive tests to determine when you need to protect yourself. Continue to practice social distancing. The stay at home order was put in…

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How not to go stir crazy while staying home

How not to go stir crazy while staying home Here are some ideas … By Angela Huston With stay-at-home orders in place for many people, that means indoor confinement until the occasional spring day arrives in Wyandot County. Anna Trausch, counselor at Wyandot Counseling Associ­ates, notes that one of the biggest complaints she hears is…

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Sycamore takes additional COVID-19 precautions

Sycamore has taken additional precautions against the coronavirus in response to the governor’s orders, Mayor Tony Flood recently reported. The utility, finance and administration offices are closed to the public. Employees will work in shifts with limited hours and remote working. “All functions of government, emergencies and business will be conducted,” Flood said. “All village…

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Villages take precautions again coronavirus

By Angela Huston Both Carey and Sycamore have implemented precautionary steps against the spread of the coronavirus. The villages announced the closure of their offices to the public, and Carey Police Department and Sycamore Fire & Rescue are asking residents to limit their calls to emergencies. While the villages apologize for the inconvenience, both noted…

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Ohioans ordered to stay at home

Under the direction of Governor Mike DeWine, Department of Health Director Amy Acton has issued a director’s order to require all Ohioans to stay in their homes to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 beginning at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, March 23, until 11:59 p.m. on April 6.  The order prohibits holding gatherings of any…

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Inserts

Check out the inserts in this week’s newspaper. Click on the following: Hometown Market Place Houk Hardware Carey Ace Hardware Save A Lot Rural King Walmart

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